Following the conclusion of mandatory mini-camp, Buccaneers players get some time off to enjoy with their families before the rigors of the NFL season start up with training camp at the end of this month (we're SO close!). I took it upon myself, given my namesake, to keep you updated on where your favorite Buccaneers are during their downtime. Check it out!
Many players spend time back in their hometowns or participating in football camps to give back to their communities during their off-time. Here are a few now that #CampSZN is in full effect.
Quarterback Jameis Winston held an entire week dedicated to his hometown of Bessemer, Alabama during his Dream Forever Foundation Week.
View photos from Jameis Winston's "Dream Forever Week."
Defensive lineman Will Gholston held a football camp in his home state of Michigan
Left tackle Donovan Smith loves the kids – he helped out at a camp up at Calvert College in Maryland.
Then of course, this time is used to relax and decompress from football a little bit. It may be a time for vacations and seeing family, but players are still trying to get better.
Take new Bucs' defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, who was working out at Nike World Headquarters near his hometown of Portland, Oregon.
He got in some skeet-shooting up in the pacific northwest, too.
Wide receiver Mike Evans worked on his virtual game by playing Fortnite – a favorite of his to relax.
But not before he stuck around Tampa for a little while to host the Mike Evans Family Foundation Golf Outing.
View behind-the-scenes photos from the third episode of the Bay, centered on Mike Evans' golf tournament.
Tight end O.J. Howard got a vacation to Jamaica in last month.
Left tackle Donovan Smith took a break from the camp circuit to relax in Baha Mar with his girlfriend.
Cornerback De'Vante Harris hit the blue carpet at the BET awards in Los Angeles.
And center Ryan Jensen was BBQing because, obviously.