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Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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    To be honest, Id be surprised it Tampa isnt the pick. Just too many storylines. Its got to be between Cleveland and Tampa. JFF is last years news though…

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    I think he should be worrying more about who’s going to play DE…

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    NFL is too risk averse. JW’s accuser’s attorney’s have proven they love to use a big stage to smear the kid, and I’m not sure the league wants to tee itself up to have to address that in any sort of raw way should they organize a protest outside OBP or some sort of flash demonstration at a practice session to take advantage of HBO’s cameras

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    Agreed, Pick6

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    HBO will want Tampa but the NFL will veto that. No way they want Winston scandal played out after last year. Also I think it is pretty stupid of Winston’s people to counter sue. Tough to prove you were damaged when you are the #1 draft pick.

    TEN would have been a good choice but they drafted Dorial Green-Beckham which could scare off the NFL.

    ClEV will lobby hard not to be chosen with Manziel coming out of Rehab.

    Oakland would have been great but Del Rio is in first year.

    Vikes – AP?

    Looks like the GMen are the best candidate.

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    Washington, Cleveland, Tennessee, Miami, Minnesota, NY Giants, St. Louis, Tampa, and Miami are the only teams I can think of that haven’t made the playoffs in two years and don’t have a new head coach. Miami, Washington, and the NY Giants should head the list, but I could see Tampa’s story lines being juiciest.

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    Stupid to counter sue? That was the perfect move for an innocent person to do. JW would lose a lot of income from endorsements unless he clears his name. Anyone who has read the 87 page police report will conclude that he did nothing wrong. JW needs to drive a stake into the heart of this lie about him. The best way to do that is not to settle the extortion threat and to expose the liar with his own lawsuit.

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    Winston has to counter sue. He has to stand up for himself. If he doesn’t, he will look weak and guilty. But, I do not think he is smart enough to take the stand. Best not.

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    I don’t subscribe to HBO but I would be compelled to do so if our favorite team was featured. I’m in agreement with Jason Licht that it would be more of a distraction. I say, let the Cowboys take center stage. Goodness knows Jerry Jones would relish another opportunity to show his oft-lifted face. We could try to catch Randy Gregory rolling one, Dez Bryant melting down, and Rod Marinelli exploding when he realizes his defense is nothing special.

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    Well I don’t get HBO and I really don’t care to HBO to explore the young rookie and rest of new classmates. I want little exposuer to HBO. I want Tampa come on like gang buster like the year tampa went 5 &0 and got into the playoffs at 9&6. Go Bucs in 2015.

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    I’ve never been a big fan of this show as it gives too much away for teams. It’s also a distraction we don’t need. I hope we don’t get selected, but for ratings sake, I guarantee HBO would love to have the Bucs do it.

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    rob royowski

    I watched the Falcons last year on HBO “Hard Knocks” and really liked the show. As a Bucs fan I could not think of a better year to watch this team going through training camp and preseason. The storylines on how Winston adjusts to the NFL and with his teammates. Mike Evans, the new OL, Donovan Smith, Ali Marpet, Afro Thunder, LB battle between Alexander, Lansanah and Greene. McCoy, Melton, David, Conte and Swearinger. To good to be true. I bet the Titan’s with Marriota get the call.

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