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  1. Dirk Koetter apologizes for Bucs' '28-3' shot at Falcons
    Earlier this week the Bucs' Twitter account took a jab at the Falcons' Super Bowl LI collapse. Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter apologized for the team's tweet, citing it was "unprofessional."
  2. Doug Martin: Personal issues 'definitely behind me'
    Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is ready to turn the page. The suspended tailback told reporters that his stint in rehab is "definitely behind me."
  3. International players added to four practice squads
    The NFL announced Thursday, the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- will each carry an additional overseas player on their practice squads.
  4. Roberto Aguayo needs to stop missing kicks pronto
    The kicking competition in Tampa Bay between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk might not be much of a competition anymore if Aguayo continues to shank kicks like he did Tuesday.
  5. Transactions: O.J. Howard signs rookie deal with Bucs
    There's no better way to start a week than by signing your first NFL contract. O.J. Howard was one of two rookies who put pen to paper and happily let the ink dry on Monday.
  6. Roberto Aguayo embracing competition vs. Nick Folk
    One of the most fascinating position battles (and Hard Knocks storylines) is the kicking competition down in Tampa between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk. Aguayo is embracing battling it out.
  7. Ryan Fitzpatrick lands with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Ryan Fitzpatrick grabbed a chair in this offseason's game of quarterback musical chairs. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers agreed to terms with the veteran quarterback on Friday.
  8. Bucs OC expects DeSean Jackson to live up to contract
    DeSean Jackson signed a three-year, $33.5M contract in Tampa Bay to be Jameis Winston's field-stretching weapon. His offensive coordinator expects Jackson to live up to the big contract.
  9. Bucs RB Doug Martin in car crash, suffers minor injuries
    The last few months for Doug Martin have been a roller coaster. The latest news on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back comes in the form of a car crash.
  10. Jason Licht: Doug Martin looks as good as I've seen him
    The Bucs bypassed the backfield in the early rounds of the draft. Does that mean Doug Martin will be featured in 2017? Find out what GM Jason Licht had to say on "Good Morning Football."
  11. Jameis Winston helps bring Bucs together, GM says
    Bucs general manager Jason Licht is thankful to have Jameis Winston on his roster. The QB has been instrumental in forming camaraderie among teammates, Licht says.
  12. Tampa GM: Bucs 'very happy' with RB Doug Martin
    Months ago, it seemed likely the Bucs would move on from Doug Martin. After not selecting a tailback in the first two days of the draft, however, it's looking like Martin will remain in Tampa's backfield.
  13. Buccaneers testing guard Ali Marpet at center
    One storyline that will almost certainly live under the radar at Buccaneers camp, if it lasts until August, is Ali Marpet's transition on the offensive line.
  14. Buccaneers exercise fifth-year option for Mike Evans
    Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht announces the team has picked up Mike Evans' fifth-year contract option for 2018. Licht hopes to sign the wide receiver to a long-term deal eventually.