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Wide receiver Mike Evans will continue to negotiate with the Bucs but won’t sign a contract until he tests free agency for the first time in his career.
The team’s all-time leading receiver will continue to negotiate with Tampa Bay but wants to listen to other offers, too.
The Lightning are in a fight for their playoff lives as the regular season winds down.
Only 12 other position players have made it from Down Under to the major leagues, and the Tampa Bay infielder has a chance to be a rare star.
Tony Dungy, Marty St. Louis and Tino Martinez are among the speakers at a celebration of life for the former Tampa Tribune and Tampa Bay Times columnist.

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  1. Wide receiver Mike Evans will continue to negotiate with the Bucs but won’t sign a contract until he tests free agency for the first time in his career.
  2. A photo of Martin Fennelly greets guests during a celebration of life for the former Tampa Tribune and Tampa Bay Times columnist Friday in Tampa.
  3. Second baseman Curtis Mead played 24 games for the Rays last season following his August callup.
  4. Lightning coach Jon Cooper says there's no doubt games start to amp up as the regular season winds down. And unlike recent seasons, the Lightning are in a fight for their playoff lives.
  5. After Luke Raley was traded this offseason, an opportunity opened for Jonathan Aranda, pictured, to fill that left-handed-hitting role on the Rays’ roster.
  6. Rays third baseman Isaac Paredes makes a catch during a spring training game against the Toronto Blue Jays Wednesday at TD Ballpark in Dunedin.
  7. Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis says he discarded the walking boot he'd been wearing after fracturing his leg toward the end of last season.
  8. Rowers from Team Tampa Rowing girls varsity paddle along the Hillsborough River on Wednesday in Tampa.
  9. Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy blocked this shot from Buffalo's Tage Thompson during an overtime loss on Thursday night, but Tampa Bay's defense has been among the worst in the NHL this season.
  10. IndyCar, St. Petersburg and the Grand Prix have changed a lot since the 2005 event.
  11. Yamaha Motor Corporation unveiled the world's first hydrogen-powered boat for recreational use at the Miami International Boat Show on Feb 14.  The effort is part of Yamaha's plan to achieve carbon neutrality.
  12. Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman gets called for a penalty, while the Sabres prepare for the power play during the third period at Amalie Arena on Thursday night.
  13. Zach Eflin surprised even himself by taking a leadership role in the clubhouse last season, his first with the Rays.
  14. USF football fans learned the Bulls' 2024 schedule Thursday.
  15. This screenshot is taken from the Instagram account of Sophie Hall, 34, under the account name "sophiesselfies224." The Pasco County-based influencer is suing Tyreek Hill, a Miami Dolphins player, alleging he pushed her down and fractured her leg.
  16. The son of Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Erik Swanson was struck by an SUV on Clearwater Beach on Sunday.
  17. Josh Lowe's left hip has bothered him since reporting to camp, manager Kevin Cash says. He was checked out by team doctors and should be fine with rest.
  18. Linebacker Devin White
  19. Joel Glazer, left, and Bryan Glazer walk onto the field before the start of a Monday Night Football game between the Bucs and the Eagles last September at Raymond James Stadium.
  20. Jose Siri steals third base in the second inning of a spring training game against the Blue Jays at TD Ballpark in Dunedin on Wednesday.
  21. Brandon Lowe is heading into the final guaranteed season of the six-year, $24 million deal he signed during spring training 2019.
  22. Carolina head coach Dave Canales, who just spent a season as Bucs offensive coordinator, speaks during a news conference at the NFL scouting combine on Tuesday in Indianapolis.
  23. Chiefs wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling celebrates after the Super Bowl 58 victory over the 49ers.
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