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  1. Bucs general manager Jason Licht, who participated in the Arians Family Foundation Golf Classic on Monday at Innisbrook Golf Resort, has finished up evaluations for next week's NFL draft.
  2. Wide receiver Antonio Brown has yet to re-sign with the Bucs after helping them on their Super Bowl 55 run.
  3. Former USF softball infielder Meredith Bissette (00), whose career was ended by a baseball-sized pelvic tumor in 2016, recently spent more than four months in intensive care following a rare diagnosis that led to meningitis.
  4. Tim Tebow didn't have a long NFL career, but he had one of the best highlights on this list.
  5. Gators NFL draft prospect Kyle Trask would make an interesting match for the Bucs.
  6. USF softball coach Ken Eriksen, who graduated from the school and played baseball for the Bulls, enters this weekend's four-game series at Wichita State four victories shy of 1,000.
  7. A line of kayaks and paddleboards sit on the dock connecting to Rainbow Springs in Dunnellon.
  8. Rays pitcher Cody Reed reported after a Monday throwing session that his hand “just didn’t feel right.”
  9. The Rays' Kevin Kiermaier slides home to score on a triple by Willy Adames during the fifth inning against the Royals on Tuesday night in Kansas City.
  10. Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy looks on as the Hurricanes celebrate their third goal during the second period action at Amalie Arena on Tuesday.
  11. Rays relief pitcher Cody Reed will be sidelined with a hand/finger issue.
  12. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady embraces Chiefs counterpart Patrick Mahomes after Super Bowl 55 in Tampa on Feb. 7.
  13. Fan capacity at Tropicana Field will remain around 9,000 through homesteads in May.
  14. Yesterday• Florida State Seminoles
    Mike Norvell's Seminoles are set to face his former team in 2024.
  15. Without an obvious position of need on the roster, Bucs general manager Jason Licht is going to be free to make whatever kind of move he thinks will get a player with the highest upside in the NFL Draft.
  16. Safety Antoine Winfield Jr., the Bucs' second-round pick in the 2020 draft, was more than NFL ready as a rookie.
  17. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady, left, is escorted by fellow quarterback Ryan Griffin, center, along with tight end Cameron Brate after arriving at Port Tampa Bay to celebrate after the team's celebratory boat parade on Feb. 10. On Tuesday, the Bucs announced Griffin, 31, has re-signed with the team.
  18. Pat Maroon, left, shares a laugh with fellow Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov during Monday's morning skate at Amalie Arena.
  19. Rich Hill has been around pro baseball for two decades and says the primary concern MLB should have when implementing changes to the game is whether the fan experience improves.
  20. Alabama center Landon Dickerson (69) won the Rimington Trophy as the nation's top center in 2020.
  21. Wisconsin-Whitewater offensive lineman Quinn Meinerz runs at the school's pro day in March in Whitewater, Wisc. The only Division I-AA teams hosting pro days this year were Central Arkansas, North Dakota State and South Dakota State. Division III Wisconsin-Whitewater held one only because Meinerz, its Senior Bowl revelation, warranted another look after his team did not play in the fall.
  22. Willy Adames and the Rays had to break out the cold weather gear Monday night in Kansas City, Mo.
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