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  1. 1

    FLBoy84

    Like him as a low 1st or 2nd rnd pick. Rapoport mentioned Bradley Chubb visited the Bucs yesterday as well, are you guys able to confirm that?

  2. 2

    Wausa

    Derwin James in the first and Taven Bryan would both do wonders in making the Bucs defense nasty.

  3. 3

    Matt

    Hopefully the Bucs are eyeing some of these players who are projected later because they are planning on or already have a trade down partner (Buffalo please).

  4. 4

    TBChucky

    Agreed. #12 seems a little high for him, but maybe we plan on getting #22 as well.

    1. 4.1

      wnb0395

      I think the Bucs are doing their homework. If none of the big 3 fall then they will be open for a trade but they will wait and see who Is available first.

  5. 5

    surferdudes

    Well it looks like we’ll have to wait till draft night to see how it plays out, I don’t see any trading up before then. We won’t do a deal until we see who falls at #7. You would have to think the Jets who moved up to three, had to inquire what it would take to move up to second with the Giants. If that’s true the Giants were either asking for to much, or have their guy they want at two, a Q.B.? Three Q.B.’s go in the first three picks you know another is going before we pick, this is going to be fun to watch!

    1. 5.1

      wnb0395

      From what I have been reading the Giants really like Sam Darnold and are waiting to see what Cleveland does. IF Cleveland takes him they are open to trade.

  6. 6

    owlykat

    Bryan had numbers at the combine very similar to JJ Watt though he only played inside with the Gators. If we can get him all we have to do is have our excellent DL Coach to teach him how to be one of the most disruptive DEs in the NFL. He presses 500 pounds with ease and was a disruptor from the DT position for the Gators in a four man front so if needed he could play inside too.

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