Daily Bucs Links: Game day
It’s game day for the Bucs, and more.
‘Hard Knocks’ recap: Did you get a hot dog? – SBNation.com
In the season’s second episode, Jameis Winston displays his leadership, Gerald McCoy talks at length about Batman, and Miko Grimes has everyone’s attention except her husband’s.
Saints fire 2 doctors who failed to diagnose a fractured leg – SBNation.com
CB Delvin Breaux was nearly traded because two doctors misdiagnosed his fractured fibula. Those doctors also worked for the injury-riddled Pelicans.
NFL and NFLPA went to Twitter to trade insults about Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension – SBNation.com
The NFL called the NFLPA shameful. The NFLPA says the NFL is stooping to new lows. How did we get here?
The Falcons’ new stadium Chick-fil-A will be replaced on Sundays by something else – SBNation.com
Eat mor chikin. Just not on game day.
Bucs Beat: Training Camp in Jacksonville
Team Insider Casey Phillips wraps up a busy day in Jacksonville.
Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 24: Bucs vs. Jags Sunshine State Showdown | Pewter Report
On this week’s PnP preview podcast, Mark Cook and Trevor Sikkema are joined by Mike Kaye to take Jags and Bucs.
‘Hard Knocks’ cameras are seeing a Jameis Winston Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates know well
“I think he’s going to be one of the best quarterbacks ever to do it,” star Mike Evans said of his quarterback. Still only 23 years old, Winston has Tampa Bay dreaming big. And it’s all being filmed for “Hard Knocks.”
We knew Aguayo was a goner, and ‘Hard Knocks’ still delivers | Tampa Bay Times
Tuesday night’s second installment of Hard Knocks, the HBO show that is going behind the scenes at training camp with the Bucs, had plenty of interesting tidbits, revelations and insights.
Bucs-Jaguars: Five things to watch tonight in Jacksonville | Tampa Bay Times
JACKSONVILLE — The Bucs have their second preseason game here Thursday against the Jaguars, and here are five things to keep an eye on as Tampa Bay moves closer to paring its roster from 90 players to 53 by Sept. 3.
Bill for Bucs’ offensive line rookie dinner: $26,000+ | Tampa Bay Times
It’s an expensive NFL training camp tradition — the
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