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2017 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in NFC South
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22hLouis Riddick

GM Mock Draft: Bucs get another weapon for Winston

Adding DeSean Jackson already makes Tampa Bay one of the most potent passing attacks headed into the 2017 season. Drafting one of the top tight ends available would make it even more dangerous.

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1dPro Football Focus

Best mid-round prospect fit: Corn Elder

Elder isn't getting quite as much hype as others, but he would be a great scheme fit in Tampa Bay, given his success when the play is in front of him.

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The truth behind Rodgers' draft-day fall (1:30)
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3dTodd McShay

NFL draft buzz: Dalvin Cook

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have said they really like Dalvin Cook, and it's likely they'll strongly consider him if he's still on the board at No. 19.

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Draft Prediction: Bucs take RB

Tampa Bay hosted Dalvin Cook, among other RBs, for a pre-draft visit. If he slips to the Bucs at No. 19, it would be hard for them to pass him up.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Between visits & workouts, Toledo RB Kareem Hunt met with Detroit, New England, San Francisco, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Tennessee, Carolina and the New York Jets. Hunt is a possible Day 2 pick at running back. Hunt had 262 carries for 1,475 yards and 10 touchdowns with 41 catches and 403 receiving yards last season.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Western Michigan wide receiver Corey Davis did not visit the Bucs, nor did he have a private workout with them. He did have a meeting with them at the NFL combine, however. He visited five teams: Titans, Eagles, Ravens, Browns and Cardinals.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Week 2 of the NFL season will be circled in red ink on a lot of calendars, as three head coaches and two prominent players who changed squads this offseason will face their former teams for the first time.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Think the Bucs have a quirky schedule? The Falcons are the first team since the eight-division format began in 2002 that does not play a divisional opponent before Week 9, according to ESPN Stats & Info. They end the season with four-straight divisional games.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Buccaneers will be under the Monday Night Football spotlight just once this season, and it will be against Super Bowl runner-up Atlanta. However, they may be better prepared considering they will have already faced the Falcons just three weeks before their MNF appearance.

Team Stats

Passing Yards245.416th
Rushing Yards101.024th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against23.115th

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