Jane McManus joins Outside The Lines to discuss how Jameis Winston's off-the-field issues should be used to evaluate his character before the NFL draft.
Assuming the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were leaning toward Jameis Winston at No. 1, the civil lawsuit filed this week shouldn't change their thinking.
ESPN NFL Draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. discusses his top three picks for his "Grade A" Draft, in which he picks as if he were each team's GM and fellow NFL Draft Insider Todd McShay reacts.
Phil Savage discusses whether the civil lawsuit filed against quarterback Jameis Winston by a woman who accused him of rape will change where he is selected in the NFL draft.
The Bucs are one of a small group of teams Peterson has expressed an interest in, there's a need and they can fit the running back under the cap.
The woman who accused former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of raping her in December 2012 filed a civil lawsuit against him Thursday in Florida state court in Orlando.
The popular sentiment has been that Jameis Winston is far more NFL-ready than Marcus Mariota, but Mariota may be more ready than people think.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
After swapping draft picks with Detroit to get DE George Johnson on Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' list of picks looks a little different.
It's trendy to say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have done nothing in free agency, but that's not accurate.
ESPN Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas discusses the Lions' settlement of their dispute with the Bucs, allowing George Johnson to sign with the team.
Johnthan Banks and Mike Jenkins will compete to start opposite Alterraun Verner at cornerback.
The Lions and Buccaneers have settled their differences on the George Johnson offer sheet, with Detroit trading the defensive end to Tampa Bay.
According to ESPN Stats & Information, Marcus Mariota showed improvement as a passer last season when he was on the move and when he was stationary
The Wonderlic scores for Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston won't be among the knocks against them when the Buccaneers choose what to do with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft.