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Samford’s Karel Hamilton out to prove, again, that he can play with big boys

ST. PETERSBURG — He pulled a navy practice jersey over his shoulder pads, slipped into his Samford University helmet and trotted into a familiar scenario Monday.

The Buccaneers have a lot of cap space, but not a lot of options

Free agency is likely to leave the Bucs with few great options.

Texans will pick 25th as 2017 NFL Draft order fills in

They can start planning the offseason in Houston and Kansas City and Seattle and Dallas today, and those teams know where they'll be picking in the upcoming draft. Four more slots in the order of the annual selection meeting were filled in with this week's losers.

Daily Bucs Links: Tampa Bay’s playoffs links

On the Bucs' playoff links, and more.

Panthers at Buccaneers live stream: How to watch online

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday afternoon in Week 17. Here is how to watch this NFC South rivalry game online.

Panthers at Buccaneers: Game preview, odds, prediction

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday in Week 17. Here is a game preview, the betting odds, and a final score prediction.

Panthers at Buccaneers: Highlights, score and recap

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday afternoon in Week 17. Here are all the highlights, the game recap, and the final score.

When do the 2017 NFL playoffs start?

The 2016-17 NFL playoffs are set to begin on January 7-8, one week after the regular season concludes.

Bo Jackson’s issues with Bucs included former owners’ alleged ‘my boys’ comments

It's well-known that Bo Jackson refused to play for the Bucs after they took him first overall in the 1986 draft because he believed they were responsible for him becoming ineligible to play baseball his senior season at Auburn.

Packers’ Aaron Rodgers stays close to his hometown, but not his family

CHICO, Calif. — As flood advisories were issued here on Jan. 8, patrons at the End Zone Bar & Grill — who braved slick, debris-strewn roads to watch an NFL playoff game together — had something more distressing on their minds. The bar's big-screen TVs showed the Packers' offense, commanded by Aaron Rodgers, Chico's native son and favorite quarterback, clogging like a storm drain.