The new year has started off with a bang as the speculation of what the Bucs will do with the overall No. 1 draft pick in the NFL Draft has created a major buzz on PewterReport.com and other media outlets. Besides the draft talk, there was other Bucs news covered, and in this weekly feature, we will recap and provide links to all of our stories from the previous week.
The Bucs had a private workout with South Carolina RB Mike Davis - Photo by: Getty Images
Mid-round, Late-Round RB Draft Options
PewterReport.com features a dozen young Day 2 and Day 3 running backs that Tampa Bay could target in the 2015 NFL Draft. To read the feature, click here.
The Bucs are interested in FSU QB Jameis Winston and OL Cameron Erving – Photo by: Getty Images
More Than Winston On Display For Bucs At FSU Pro Day
While all eyes will be on Winston as the Bucs are a QB-hungry franchise, Tampa Bay’s coaches and scouts will also be looking at Winston’s teammates. To read more, click here.
FSU QB Jameis Winston moved so much during his pro day that he was a blur at times – Photo by Mark Cook/PR
Winston Shines at Pro Day
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston put on an impressive show at Florida State’s pro day before hundreds of NFL coaches, general managers and scouts, including a huge contingency from Tampa Bay. to read full coverage of the even, click here.
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Bucs QB Coach Bajakian Liked What He Saw From Winston
The reviews of Jameis Winston’s pro day came in last Tuesday, and the headlines read anywhere from “outstanding” to “average.” Ultimately it may only matter what the Bucs front office and coaching staff think, and on Tuesday afternoon Bucs’ QB coach Mike Bajakian said he liked what he saw from the former Florida State Seminole. To read more, click here.
Jameis Winston didn't do anything to hurt his stock on Tuesday – Photo by: Mark Cook/PR
Winston Said He Would Be Hurt If Bucs Didn’t Draft Him
After airing Jameis Winston’s throwing session at Florida State’s pro day on Tuesday, NFL Network debuted the “Game Changers” series with former NFL coach and current analyst Steve Mariucci sitting down with Winston for an interview and working with him on the field. To read more, click here.
Marcus Mariota is expected to be a Top 5 pick in the April draft – Photo by: Getty Images
Jeremiah Breaks Down Mariota In Latest Podcast
Former Ravens and Browns scout and now NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah released a new podcast on Wednesday and focused on former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. To listen, click here.
Clemson v Florida State
SR’s Fab 5: The Dat Winston’s Character Changed; Examining Winston’s INTs
SR’s Fab 5 is a collection of inside scoop, analysis and insight from yours truly, PewterReport.com publisher and Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds. Here are a few things that caught my attention this week at One Buc Place and around the NFL. To read his latest, click here.

You can check out all the blogs from the past week, including stories on former Bucs QB Josh Freeman finding a new home, Tampa Bay adding a center and TE, Jimbo Fisher’s comments on Jameis Winston and much more by clicking here.

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About the Author: Mark Cook

Mark Cook currently is the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for PewterReport.com since 2011. Cook has followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first began watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl. His favorite Bucs game is still the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time Cook enjoys playing guitar, fishing, the beach and family time.Cook is a native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County and has written for numerous publications including the Tampa Tribune, In the Field and Ya'll Magazine. Cook can be reached at mark@pewterreport.com
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magoobee
magoobee
6 years ago

Which is more useless, Combine or Pro Day?

Bridgewater had a terrible Pro Day and was the best QB drafted last year.

Manziel & jamarcus russell had great Pro Days and look were they are.

georgehicks
georgehicks
6 years ago

Iam a Fsu Qb Fan. But Iam now distrubed that there are more charges on Winston off the field. problems.I hope the bucs would get this sistutation right. May be Tampa should go a different directions right now. No#1 Get another QB like B Hundley in rd-2 or late rd-1. Trade down for good picks besides Tampa other 8 picks. Lets see between now and April 30. Have teams let the bucs know what that #1 pick would cost them.Look at the Tampa sistutation as of now. No#1 how close was Tampa in at least 5 games that Tampa lost… Read more »

DCGoth
DCGoth
Reply to  georgehicks
6 years ago

I am still for going QB this year. The Bucs need to just go with the best QB this year and build. I’m sure they’ve vetted more deeply than anyone just reading online articles. As for QB’s in the 2016, they don’t look any better. Here is one analyst’s recent observations on Connor Cook: “WEAKNESSES: Tends to ignore his footwork and lower half mechanics and with 58.7-percent completions, he has room to improve his ball placement, especially downfield. He is too willing to throw off balance before his body and feet are set and attempts to ?arm? everything once moved… Read more »

georgehicks
georgehicks
6 years ago

What I mean is the two QB’s would be available in 2016 not 2015! What would anyone else agree with my observaTION!tHANK yOU fANS

Horse
Horse
6 years ago

georgehicks; Not to be worry here. There are no new charges and there wasn’t any before either. This is just garbage brought up by a few who are trying to convince others that we should stay away from Winston. No matter what the Bucs do there will always be a few who will express their dislike with ugly words. This is not life and death here. If one dislikes what is happening they can always change the channel, not buy tickets, go support another team.