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1. Dirk Koetter's first day with the team.
Monday begins the Buccaneers' offseason workouts. When players report, it will be the first time that Dirk Koetter, the Bucs' new offensive coordinator, will have all, or most, of his players under the same roof.
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2. New faces are in the building.
The Bucs signed several free agents during the offseason, including linebacker Bruce Carter, defensive tackle Henry Melton, defensive backs Chris Conte and Sterling Moore, along with fullback Emmanuel Ogbuehi. The team also traded for defensive end George Johnson on April 7. The newly-signed Bucs will congregate with their teammates for the first time on Monday.
3. The Bucs are motivated.
Offensive tackle Demar Dotson was one of several Bucs to say that 2014 has him motivated moving forward . "I think we left with a bad taste in our mouths being 2-14," Dotson said. "I don't think the offensive line was good at all. As a matter of fact, I think it was poor. I can't wait to get back in there with the group of guys we're going to have and come up with a plan that's going to help us be a better unit." Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy echoed Dotson's sentiment, with a little more ferocity. "2-14 NEVER AGAIN!" McCoy tweeted. "It's wartime!! I don't care who we keep, bring in or draft, they better be ready for war. Bc it's gonna be a fight to get to the top. But I'm ready for it. I hope they are!"
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4. The media will be back in the building.
On Monday, General Manager Jason Licht will meet with members of the media at One Buc. The press conference will be streamed live on Buccaneers.com.