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The Crow’s Nest: Previewing the game, Suh’s advice, and the restructure

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Jon Gruden basically just said Antonio Brown is a horrible person
Did Oakland Raiders head coach and former Bucs coach Jon Gruden just imply Antonio Brown is a horrible person?

This tweet about Bruce Arians will have you rolling with laughter
This tweet about Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians is one for the ages.

49ers-Buccaneers Preview
A pingpong table and basketball hoop are gone from the middle of the locker room, too. Bruce Arians is back in the NFL following a brief hiatus, trying to establish a different culture within the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who open their first season under the 66-year-old coach against the San Francisco

49ers-Buccaneers Injury Report Sept. 5: Six Players Upgraded, Justin Evans Held Out Again
Six players were upgraded from limited or no participation to full participation in Thursday's practice as safety Justin Evans misses second-straight day.

Veteran Ndamukong Suh excited to see Bucs impact rookie Devin White
“Just be calm and play football” is Suh’s advice to Tampa Bay’s first-round draft pick.

Philosophy Clash -
One reason Sunday’s 49ers matchup is so interesting is because of the different team-building philosophies of Jason Licht/Bucco Bruce Arians versus those of 49ers general manager John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan.

Bucs Star Player Restructures Contract | Pewter Report
After signing a plethora of new additions this offseason, including the likes of free agents defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, outside linebacker Shaq Barrett and inside linebacker Deone Bucannon, as well as their entire 2019 rookie class, the Buccaneers were pretty close to the cap floor going into training camp.

Mike Evans restructures contract, Bucs free cap space – ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers wanted to create some cap space to use if necessary this season and they did so by approaching wide receiver Mike Evans about restructuring his deal. Field Yates of ESPN reports that Evans agreed to convert $2 million of his 2018 salary into a signing bonus.