For the third year in a row, PewterReport.com will host a Draft Videocast providing wall-to-wall coverage of the Bucs during the 2019 NFL Draft.

This year’s Draft Videocast and PewterReport.com’s 2019 Draft Previews + Bucs’ Best Bets are presented by Edmonson Electric & Security – the official smart home and security company of PewterReport.com.

Watch Pewter Reporters Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Taylor Jenkins and Matt Matera, as well as other special guests, live on-air from the team’s headquarters at One Buccaneer Place beginning on Day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft at 7:00 p.m. ET.

The Draft Videocast will be available for viewing on PewterReport.com, so watch from your phone, tablet or laptop for over 15 hours of Bucs draft coverage.

The PewterReport.com Draft Videocast is the only place to turn for immediate analysis on each Tampa Bay draft pick, while keeping viewers informed on players the Bucs are targeting with their next pick, plus instant reaction from the PR staff as they conduct interviews with recently drafted players via teleconference and attend Jason Licht’s and Bruce Arians’ press conferences during the draft.

The PewterReport.com staff will also be able to take questions submitted by Bucs fans throughout the 3-day NFL Draft, so it’s a great way to interact with the Pewter Reporters.

Here is PewterReport.com’s Draft Videocast schedule:

Thursday, April 25
7:00 pm ET: Draft Videocast coverage begins
8:00 pm ET: Day 1 of the NFL Draft begins – Round 1

Friday, April 26
6:00 pm ET: Draft Videocast coverage begins
7:00 pm ET: Day 2 of the NFL Draft begins – Rounds 2-3

Saturday, April 27
11:00 am ET: Draft Videocast coverage begins
12:00 pm ET: Day 3 of the NFL Draft begins – Rounds 4-7

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PewterReport.com’s 2019 Draft Previews + Bucs’ Best Bets series is presented by Edmonson Electric & Home Security and begins on Tuesday, April 9. This popular annual series breaks down all of Tampa Bay’s draft needs, ranks the top players at each position and the PewterReport.com staff offers up its a draft prospect the team could be targeting early and late with the Bucs’ Best Bets.

Tuesday, April 9: Quarterbacks

Wednesday, April 10: Running backs

Thursday, April 11: Wide receivers

Friday, April 12: Tight ends

Saturday, April 13: Offensive tackles

Sunday, April 14:  Guards/centers

Monday, April 15: Defensive ends

Tuesday, April 16: Defensive tackles

Wednesday, April 17: Outside linebackers

Thursday, April 18: Inside linebackers

Friday, April 19: Cornerbacks

Saturday, April 20: Safeties

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Scott Reynolds is in his 24th 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 spent six years giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his son's Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]

2 COMMENTS

  1. A good read Mark.

    I had also wondered about a possible pay cut for McCoy. It is a good point that he might not want to stay in Tampa, as another read her suggested. The only flaw in the analogy of us being asked to take a pay cut, is that we are talking still in terms of $8 million a year for a team that everyone knows does not have the money to Pay its regular draft choices as it is.

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  2. Looking forward to this, guys it was a lot of fun last year.

    However if the Game Thrones ep leaks I may have a tough choice to make, lol.

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