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LeSean McCoy: Hall Of Famer, Mentor-In-Chief
One thing Bucco Bruce Arians and Tampa Bay fans will soon realize about the newest Buccaneer, running back LeSean McCoy, is the guy with the 22nd-most rushing yards in NFL history loves mentoring young players and being a team-first voice.

Carlton Davis already a ‘top 10’ NFL cornerback, Bucs coach says
Bruce Arians raves about his young corner.

Cameron Brate, recovered from coronavirus, says Buccaneers workouts were ‘calculated risk’
Brate contracted the virus as the player-organized workouts were going on a few months ago.

Bucs Waive Leggett, Hall
Tampa Bay reduced its eventual camp roster to 84 players on Thursday by waiving fourth-year TE Jordan Leggett and third-year safety Deiondre’ Hall.

Bucs’ Brate Opens Up On Contracting COVID-19
One day after Bucs tight end Cam Brate announced that he contracted the coronavirus and urged people to donate plasma in a PSA, Brate spoke with the media on Thursday and shared further details about his experiences dealing with the illness.

LeSean McCoy joining Buccaneers on one-year deal: ‘He’s very excited to play with’ Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski
Shady is joining Brady down in Tampa Bay

Bucs agree to one-year contract with free-agent RB LeSean McCoy
LeSean McCoy’s envisioned storybook ending will not be happening in Philadelphia.

Buffalo Bills send rookies home to conduct virtual meetings
The COVID-19-altered offseason has already thrown teams a few curveballs. There will be more throughout the 2020 campaign.

New Seahawks DB Jamal Adams: ‘My plan is to retire’ in Seattle
Jamal Adams has gone from potentially becoming a “Jet for life” — his old general manager’s words, not his — to talking about retiring as a member of his new team.

NFL chief medical officer “cautiously optimistic” about 2020 season
The NFL’s chief medical officer believes the league has the right plan in place to play a full season during a pandemic, even as he acknowledges that won’t be easy.