ESPN.com Tampa Bay Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says Mike Jenkins and Johnthan Banks will compete in training camp for a starting cornerback spot.
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Pat Yasinskas picked Jameis Winston No. 1 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Nation mock draft.
Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas breaks down his first-round selection.
Tampa Bay has only 17 players that were drafted by the Bucs on the current roster. So it's pretty obvious they need to lean on this draft for players.
It again seems to be an overwhelming consensus that Jameis Winston will be the Bucs' choice in the NFL draft.
Would the Bucs want to trade for Adrian Peterson? Pat Yasinskas addresses that and more in the mailbag.
JaMarcus Russell and Jameis Winston are two very different quarterbacks with different personalities. They shouldn't be compared.
Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith was asked recently was if he would be comfortable starting a rookie quarterback. Smith danced around the question.
There's logic to a quarterback-offensive line-defensive line order, but there are other needs as well.
Longtime fullback will be among 32 former players to announce picks.
Because of the events of April 22, 1995, Kyle Brady became a Jet, Warren Sapp went to the Bucs and Ray Lewis eventually landed with the Ravens. Two of those teams went on to win Super Bowls.
With the draft a week away, it's s time to check in on whose stock is rising and falling among current â
If you go by what the other NFL Nation reporters think, the Bucs are headed for an 0-16 season.
Bucs coach Lovie Smith didn't dispute David Cornwell's comments about all draft prospects being unprepared for life in the NFL.
ESPN Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says besides a QB, Tampa Bay also needs to draft one or two offensive linemen who can start right away.