TAMPA, Fla. -- I'm at One Buccaneer Place and will be heading out to watch the Bucs work out in a little over an hour. I'll give you a report on what I see later. But, first, let's take a quick trip through the NFC South headlines to bring you up to speed.
Former Atlanta guard Harvey Dahl has agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the Rams. Justin Blalock, the other starting guard from last season, remains a free agent. There is a possibility he could return to the Falcons, but the team began preparing for this situation last year when it drafted Mike Johnson and Joe Hawley.
So far, so good on the Da'Quan Bowers health front. The rookie defensive end, who fell to the second round due to concerns about a knee injury, went through the first workout of training camp with the Bucs.