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Trevor Sikkema

Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he's not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]

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    csnuffzp

    Trevor,

    I disagree, we need you to be in top form for camp!

    “The bad news was that it was hot for the media, too, and I’m not out here trying to prove anything other than how much I could sweat.”

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    drdneast

    DeSean Jackson was repotedly seen at Bank Of America counting his money.
    I havd no idea what fans you are refering to when you talk aboug Humphries being easily replaced.
    The Bucs haven’t had a viable slot receiver since the days of Jon Grjuden. Knowlegedable fans would never consider such a replacedo be “easily replaced.”

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    drdneast

    Wow Trevor, standing on the sidelines sweating and watching grown men play toss and catch in the sun.
    Now you know how the pioneers of this country felt as they treked westward undet a gruelling sun, dodging arrows with no AC in sight.
    Ohhhhh the humanity.

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    jongruden

    I never payed attention to the “shorts Olympics” as we have had former mini camp standouts like Dexter Jackson, Maurice Stovall and Patrick Chukwara play lights out in mini camp when the pads come on then I will take notice and watch “HARD kNOCKS” HAHA

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    Jack

    I thought the joke about you not trying to prove anything in that heat was funny. I don’t get the grumpy people, but nothing we can do about them.

    Thanks for the write-up! It would be nice to see Winston move the ball around more this year with more weapons. It’s in his nature NOT to zero in on one receiver, and I think we’ll see that this year with more touchdowns and fewer interceptions.

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    Alldaway 2.0

    Reedy and Huff have some stiff competition with Bobo and Sperbjeck.

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      makski

      You left out the Canadian Football WR. He might do well too. We finally have some solid depth at WR!!!

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    RootsCrew

    I’m fine with Hump being the forgotten man. Let opposing DC’s forget about him and he’ll make them pay. He’s really undervalued, imo. I’m really excited to see Godwin once pads come on and more of the playbook is installed. I really think he’s going to push for playing time sooner rather than later. Him, Evans, DJax coupled with Brate or OJ is going to be fun to watch in certain sets.

    I’ll reserve excitement about Doug until we’re into training camp and preseason games. I’ll just say I’m hopeful his form and mentality has returned to 2015. He looks good so far though.

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