ESPN NFL reporter Sal Paolantonio was in California to cover the NFLPA rookie premiere event that was attended by Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston.
Paolantonio told the Mike And Mike Morning Show he came away very impressed with Winston, saying “he has a natural leadership charisma” and was a “man among his peers.”
Will that translate into wins on Sunday next fall for the Bucs? No one knows for sure, but this is just another example of what prompted the Bucs to draft Winston with the first overall pick back on May 30.
To listen to the full interview which also covered other NFL topics, click here.
PN NFL reporter Sal Paolantonio covers the NFLPA rookie pr
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I hope he continues to impress. We need some things to go right in Tampa for a change.
Great to hear national media reps speaking highly of our guy!
Glad to see Winston running gassers with the O-line. Shows leadership, team-orientation, and class. Hope he keeps it up & stays out of off-field troubles.
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