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The Buccaneers have one of the best receiving corps in the NFL

Jameis Winston is looking at a career year.

Plenty of receiving duos are great; which is the best?

Offenses that boast a pair of high-end receivers have a tremendous edge, because it's impossible to double-team both of them. On Wednesday, former Colts punter and Barstool Sports contributor Pat McAfee and I teamed up to pick the best 1-2 punch at receiver in the league during PFT Live.

Donovan Smith was a top-ten pass-blocker over the second half of 2016

The Bucs' left tackle had a promising final eight games.

Box Score 6/21: Summer of NBA trades heats up

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Daily Bucs Links: Completion percentage

On Jameis Winston's completion percentage, and more.

Warren Sapp will donate his brain to concussion research

The Hall of Famer is very concerned about football's effects on the brain.

Tom Jones: If Warren Sapp is worried about NFL safety, we all should be worried

Warren Sapp is the baddest man Tampa Bay has ever known.

Sapp pledges brain for concussion research

TAMPA — Since being elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the first ballot four years ago, Warren Sapp has traveled each August to Canton, Ohio, to join the game's greats returning for induction ceremonies.

Bucs announce dates for training camp, preseason practices

TAMPA — The Bucs announced the dates for the 2017 training camp and preseason practices, with the first on July 28 and a total of 13 sessions open to the general public.

Warren Sapp announces intention to donate brain for research

Research regarding the impact of brain injuries in football and elsewhere will continue decades into the future, and one of the best defensive linemen in league history will be helping the effort. Hall of Famer Warren Sapp announced in a video posted by ThePlayersTribune.


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