OT Andre Dillard—Houston Texans (2 votes) There are plenty of players who are good fits with particular teams in this draft. Just about any of this year's top edge-rushers are an excellent fit for the Oakland Raiders, who managed just 13 sacks in 2018. Ditto for those same pass-rushers and the New York Jets. Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson is one of the more NFL-ready prospects we've seen at his position in recent years—as adept at blocking in the run game as he is reeling in passes. Hockenson was one of two players who received multiple votes in this category, and the fact that those votes came with two different teams is a compliment to his skill set. But it only takes one number to understand
The Buccaneers officially exercised the fifth-year option on cornerback Vernon Hargreaves' contract, the team announced Wednesday night. The Bucs made him a first-round pick in 2016. It marks the third year in a row Tampa Bay has picked up the option on a first-rounder, having done so with receiver Mike Evans in 2017 and quarterback [more]
As the Bucs opened their voluntary mini-camp, one fixture of the organization was noticeably absent. Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy — who remains under contract with the team but appears headed for a trade or getting released — was one of five players on the current roster who wasn't at Tuesday's workout at the Advent Health Training Center. "It's up to him," Bucs coach Bruce Arians said. "We have open arms. If he wants to be here practicing with us, great. He's on contract and part of the team. That's a player's decision." Asked whether McCoy was told not to attend the mini-camp, Arians said that wasn't the case, adding, "I don't know who in the hell said that." McCoy is working out on his own
It's scary how much Nick Bosa looks like his older brother, Joey, but what really could be scary is for opponents trying to block him. With outstanding technique and athleticism, the younger Bosa is our No. 2 overall prospect in the 2019 NFL draft.
Are the Cardinals really debating who to select at No. 1 overall with just 48 hours to go?
BELOIT -- Mother Nature proved to be a terrific closer for Beloit College's baseball team Monday. After being bounced in the opener 13-7 by St. Norbert, the Buccaneers hung on to win the nightcap 10-9 as the contest was shortened to seven innings by lightning. Beloit got off to a great start in Game 2 with seven runs in the first two innings. The Green Knights plated the first two runs of the game in the top of the first, but the Bucs quickly answered. James Wicker singled to left center to bring in Garrison Ferone and Jalen Davis to knot the game 2-2. Bronson Balholm followed with a sacrifice fly to left field that was deep enough for Ethan Conley to score to claim ta 3-2 lead. Mitch Campbell
Leading up to the 2019 NFL draft, which starts April 25, Yahoo Sports will count down our top 100 overall prospects. We’ll count them down 10 at a time, followed by profiles on our top 30 overall players.
The Arizona Cardinals look set to pick No 1 overall, instead of trading down, with the power to spark a new era under head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Quarterback Kyler Murray is under consideration, though Phoenix is far from certain to be the Oklahoma prospect’s landing spot in the NFL. The San Francisco 49ers, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Giants are all nervously waiting, hoping to pounce should a team ahead make what they may perceive as a mistake.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate is expecting to be ready for training camp, according to Scott Reynolds of PewterReport.com. Brate underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip back in January and had been dealing with the injury for quite some time before finally opting to have it remedied. “Yeah, personally I wish I would have played better last year and everything like that, but I just don't think I was able to prepare for the season the way I wanted to dealing with the injury,” Brate said. The 27-year-old, who signed a six-year contract extension with the Buccaneers last year, played in all 16 games this past season, hauling in 30 receptions for 289 yards and six touchdowns.
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - Matthew Miller made sure his first experience as a decathlete was a memorable one on Friday. The Beloit College senior from Florence, Colo., totaled 5,452 points in the decathlon at Augustana College's Meet of Champions, wiping out a school record that was set in 1954. The old mark was of 5,355 was held by Rovert Kemp. Miller finished third overall in the event in the high-powered meet and ranks 33rd in NCAA Division III. Miller's top events included the 110-meter hurdles, 1500-meter run and pole vault, leach of which he was runnerup. He added a third place finish in the 400 and fifth in the 100. Beloit College's track and field teams split their squads, sending Miller and
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians inherits a team that was bad enough last year to earn the fifth overall pick in the draft. On Thursday night, they'll use it. Unless they trade it. "There would have to be some hellacious picks [offered]," Arians said Tuesday, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. “There’s five guys [more]
Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pick Devin White with the fifth overall pick or will they trade back and stockpile picks in a talent-heavy class? This is what mock drafts are all about, and I'm so excited to do my one and only *trades allowed version that we're going to cut the small talk, here. *Trades are done by pick value charts only. Yes, I'm aware inflation happens, but I'm not going that far down the rabbit hole. This would never get done if I did. 1ST PICK - ARIZONA CARDINALS - QB, KYLER MURRAY (OKLAHOMA) This has been the pick for as long as I can remember. For so long I find myself wondering who the Cardinals will draft next to help their young rookie quarterback. Before we answer that,
One of the key tasks awaiting Bruce Arians when he was named head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was to see if he could salvage former No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston. While it's still really early in the offseason, Arians has been impressed by some of the things he's seen from Winston on [more]
One more day. That's all that stands between us and the 2019 NFL Draft, which means that after months of speculation, we'll finally see where this new crop of talent lands. And even though there is just over 24 hours to go before the big event, it doesn't mean we have to stop looking at mock drafts, right? NFL Nation has theirs now, and while they, like many other mocks, have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers going defense at the five spot, they have a name other than the LSU linebacker Devin White, who by all accounts seems like the favorite to land in Tampa. They foresee outside linebacker Josh Allen from Kentucky going to Tampa Bay, and Jenna Laine explained why Allen might be a better option for the