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NFL draft in review: The highs and lows from the seven-round affair

The NFL draft is (finally) over. From the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafting Jameis Winston (and the dumb Social Media Outrage that followed the crab legs photo) to the Arizona Cardinals taking Mr. Irrelevant, it was a wild three days. What...Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2015 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

It's time to clear the cobwebs out of the cannons at Raymond "Jameis" Stadium. After a dismal 2-14 season, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans got a much-needed infusion of hope and joy this past weekend, as the 2015 NFL draft brought the Pewter...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft Picks: List of Prospects Selected by Each Team

The 2015 NFL draft is in the books, and it produced plenty of noteworthy storylines. There were the selections that were obvious but had franchise-changing implications: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected quarterback Jameis Winston; the...Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rumors: Jameis Winston Could Already Be In Trouble With The Team

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have only had Jameis Winston on the roster for three days now, but rumors indicate that the team is already upset with the Florida State quarterback with a history of questionable behavior. Sources had indicated...Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Complete 2015 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers entered the 2015 NFL draft with a lot of holes to fill. When you are coming off a 2-14 season, that can only be expected. The Bucs needed help at quarterback, offensive line, receiver and special teams. The team...Show More Summary

Joey Iosefa to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

Depth was an issue with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a lot of positions—but especially at fullback—in 2014. The Bucs carried just one for the majority of the season ( Jorvorskie Lane). But when Lane broke a bone in his leg and had toShow More Summary

Kaelin Clay to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

With their second straight pick, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have let it be known there will be competition for the team’s kick returner and depth in wide receiver. By taking Kaelin Clay from Utah in the sixth round, the Bucs drafted another shifty, speedy receiver. Show More Summary

Kenny Bell to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had been looking for a speedy receiver to complement their top two guns in Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans. Jackson and Evans both had more than 1,000 yards receiving last season, while the No. 3 receiver, Louis Murphy, had 31 catches. Show More Summary

Awkward high-fiving Bucs fans highlight NFL draft's final day

Oh this is hard to watch. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted wide receiver Kaelin Clay from Utah. Then, they did this. Oh. Ohhhh no.

Jameis Winston, the NFL Draft and Sexual Assault

Adam Banner looks at the NFL calculus of talent versus worry regarding the #1 overall draft pick in the 2015 draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The post Jameis Winston, the NFL Draft and Sexual Assault appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Kwon Alexander to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The linebacker position is very important in the Cover 2 defense, so the Tampa Bay Buccaneers added some depth to that position by drafting Kwon Alexander. Tampa Bay linebackers were first and third on the team in total tackles in 2014. Show More Summary

NFL Draft picks 2015: Kenny Bell taken by Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took Kenny Bell in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. With the No. 162 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected wide receiver Kenny Bell of Nebraska. Bell has earned All-Big Ten honors...Show More Summary

NFL Draft results 2015: Kwon Alexander taken by Buccaneers after trade

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers took Kwon Alexander in the fourth round after trading up. With the No. 124 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected outside linebacker Kwon Alexander of LSU. The former Tiger...Show More Summary

NFL Draft Results 2015: Complete List of Selections and Grades for Rounds 1-3

And just like that, we're on the final day of the 2015 NFL draft. Before we dive head first into Rounds 4 through 7, let's take a quick look back at what's transpired so far. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans picked up what they will be hoping are future franchise quarterbacks in Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota respectively. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mock Draft: Updated Day 3 Predictions

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers still have five picks remaining for Day 3 on Saturday of the NFL draft. The club has its quarterback and two offensive linemen. Through 10 rounds of the NFL draft, the Bucs have not drafted a defensive player,...Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | Pro Football: Winston Signs With Bucs

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed quarterback Jameis Winston to a four-year, $23.35 million contract on Friday.

Ali Marpet to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a player in offensive lineman Ali Marpet who has always exceeded expectations. Undersized coming out of high school, Marpet didn ’t have many scholarship offers, so he landed at Division III Hobart. By the...Show More Summary

Donovan Smith to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

On Day 1 of the NFL draft Thursday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their quarterback for the future in Florida State University's Jameis Winston. On Day 2 Friday, the Bucs picked up Winston's bodyguard. With the second pick in the second...Show More Summary

Trey Wingo Mistakenly Calls Donovan Smith Donovan McNabb in 2015 NFL Draft

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Penn State offensive tackle Donovan Smith with the No. 34 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, but ESPN's Trey Wingo was thinking of someone else. After Smith's name was announced, Wingo mistakenly called the second-round pick Donovan McNabb. Show More Summary

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