|Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Total Net Yards||326|
|Time of Possession||30:38|
|Total Net Yards||424|
|Time of Possession||29:22|
As the signing period for restricted free agents came to a close on Friday, fourth-year RB Bobby Rainey signed his one-year qualifying offer to return for a third season with the Buccaneers.
The two teams picking first in this year's NFL Draft will also kick their 2015 campaigns off together, as the Bucs play host to the Titans on Sept. 13…The full NFL schedule was released Tuesday.
Players will return to Buccaneer headquarters in force on Monday as the offseason program gets underway, and they'll have a chance to answer some important questions for the upcoming season.
This week's mailbag centers around the defensive line, both in terms of a recent addition and a hypothetical draft scenario
Buccaneers.com contributors Joe Kania, Andrew Norton, Casey Phillips and Scott Smith take turns playing hypothetical G.M.'s in our third annual mock draft (Part 1 of 4).
After Tampa Bay's attempt to sign former Lions DE George Johnson as a restricted free agent ran into complications, the Bucs instead used a trade of late-round picks to acquire the pass-rusher.
The Buccaneers own a pair of premium picks on Day Two of the 2015 NFL Draft and have apparent needs on both front lines…Do the #34 and #65 picks favor offensive or defensive linemen?