On Jackson as a red zone threat, and more.

Leonard Fournette, the king of truck sticks, got truck-sticked by Sheldon Day at Jaguars camp – SBNation.com
The Jaguars are, in fact, tougher than SEC defenses.

Terrell Davis’ kids couldn’t care less about dad’s Hall of Fame speech – SBNation.com
It’s hard to focus on dad’s speech when you’ve got a box of Sour Patch Kids.

Pro Football Hall of Fame 2017: News, highlights, and more from the enshrinement ceremony – SBNation.com
LaDainian Tomlinson and Kurt Warner were among the inductees Saturday night.

Watch: Training Camp Pressers, August 5
Members of the Bucs spoke to the media on Saturday.

Stick Carriers Take Over Training Camp
The Buccaneers’ rabid fan base was on full display during Saturday’s training camp practice.

Watch: Training Camp Highlight Reel, August 5
Top plays from Saturday’s training camp practice.

Watch: Back to Bessemer with Jameis Winston
QB Jameis Winston returns to his hometown of Bessemer, Alabama.

Bucs Camp Recap 8-5: Stars Shine On Stick Carrier Saturday | Pewter Report
The fans of Bucs Nation were rowdy on Saturday thanks to the stick carriers, and the players responded with some big plays at Bucs camp.

Bucs Camp MVP 8-5: Unblockable Day For McCoy | Pewter Report
The PewterReport.com staff will choose a daily Bucs Camp MVP during Tampa Bay’s 2017 training camp based on that player’s performance.

DeSean Jackson flashes in red zone, on deep ball for Tampa Bay Bucs – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
DeSean Jackson and Jameis Winston are already showing chemistry on the field as they hooked up on two touchdowns in red-zone drills.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Kendell Beckwith details recovery from torn ACL – Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Less than nine months after tearing his ACL in his left knee, Kendell Beckwith is going all out at Bucs training camp.

Bucs DeSean Jackson proves he can be a red zone threat | Tampa Bay Times
DeSean Jackson is known as such a dangerous deep threat, it’s easy to dismiss him in the red zone. But Jackson put on a show in practice Saturday and it began in 11-on-11 near the goal line. First he beat cornerback Vernon Hargreaves to the inside and made a diving catch in the end zone. Then lining on the right side of the formation, he ran a post route and made a leaping grab under the goal post and toe-tapped in the back of the end zone.

Bucs safety Chris Conte reduces stress, adds fun to his job | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — By all accounts, Chris Conte is one of the Bucs’ most athletic players. He has earned almost $8 million in six NFL seasons. He’s been a starting safety for the Bears and Bucs.


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