Despite some confusing strength-of-schedule calculations, the Buccaneers' fate in the 2015 NFL Draft order comes down to the results of two games in Week 17, and maybe just one
Buccaneers.com contributors Scott Smith and Andrew Norton tried their hand at the venerable art of mock drafting this year and fared…well, not too bad, at least in comparison to the "experts"
Tampa Bay's rookie class expanded over the weekend after the conclusion of the 2014 draft, as 11 undrafted players chose to sign with the Bucs, including Wyoming QB Brett Smith
The Bucs may not have planned their first-ever defense-free draft, but their remaining needs after a free agency splurge were greater on offense, and a loaded prospect class offered the solutions
Fifth-round guard Kadeem Edwards isn't concerned about making the leap from an FCS program to the NFL...Plus quotes from Jason Licht, Lovie Smith, Kevin Pamphile and Robert Herron
A closer look at the Bucs sixth-round draft choice, Wyoming WR Robert Herron.
A closer look at the second of the Bucs two fifth-round draft picks, Purdue T Kevin Pamphile.
Finishing the first all-offense draft in franchise history, the Buccaneers used their sixth-round pick to add speedy slot receiver Robert Herron to a passing attack that will have a completely new look in 2014
The Bucs used a trade to double their picks in the fifth round on Saturday and used both selections to address the offensive front with Tennessee State G Kadeem Edwards and Purdue T Kevin Pamphile
Tampa Bay uses the 69th overall pick on West Virginia RB Charles Sims, marking the first time in franchise history that each of its first three picks was used on a player in the RB-WR-TE spectrum