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The Crow’s Nest: Tom Brady’s upset, Antonio Brown, and the Chiefs-Ravens trade

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The Bucs could use a workhorse on special teams, particularly a guy who also can spike the competition among the Bucs young cornerbacks.

Tom Brady's backup could set a Buccaneers record in 2021 that not even Brady will be able to break -
Ryan Griffin might set a team record that not even Brady will be able to break

‘DUMB’: Tampa Bay Bucs’ Tom Brady blasts new NFL uniform number rule | NFL | The Guardian
Tampa Bay’s star quarterback isn’t impressed with a new NFL rule that relaxes jersey number limitations, calling it ‘DUMB’ on Thursday

Buccaneers GM Jason Licht on Antonio Brown: 'We'll continue to talk'
Licht addressed where the team stands in regard to bringing back the talented wide receiver.

Mike Tomlin's a Hall of Famer, Tom Brady isn't crazy, and Jalen Hurts has to earn it
In this edition of the Scout's Notebook, Bucky Brooks says Mike Tomlin's on a Hall of Fame path, but the coming years in Pittsburgh will be fascinating. Plus, why Tom Brady has a point in his frustration over changes to jersey numbers. And much more!

Chiefs trade first-round pick for Ravens tackle Orlando Brown - Arrowhead Pride
The Kansas City Chiefs are trading the No. 31 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, among other selections, to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and draft picks...

Seven-round 2021 NFL mock draft, Round 1: Broncos, Bears trade up for QBs
In Chad Reuter's first and only seven-round mock of the 2021 NFL Draft, he sees both the Broncos and the Bears trading up -- in Chicago's case, 12 spots -- to select QBs.

Ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Florida State Seminoles LB Geno Hayes, 33, in hospice care
Former linebacker Geno Hayes, who played in the NFL for the Buccaneers and two other teams, is in hospice care.