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Former USF running backs coach Calvin Magee (right), seen here instructing running back Dyral McMillan, passed away Friday at age 59. A member of the original Bulls coaching staff, Magee had suffered a heart attack the previous weekend.
The longtime college coach suffered a heart attack last weekend.
Tampa Bay opens at home against the Dolphins, followed by two road trips.
The Bucs’ Pro Bowl left guard walked away from the game in February at age 28.
The 27-year-old Pro Bowler participated at the first organized team activity Tuesday

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  1. Former USF running backs coach Calvin Magee (right), seen here instructing running back Dyral McMillan, passed away Friday at age 59. A member of the original Bulls coaching staff, Magee had suffered a heart attack the previous weekend.
  2. The Bucs huddle during their first organized team activity (OTA) of the offseason on Tuesday. Tampa Bay opens preseason play Aug. 13 at home against the Dolphins.
  3. Bucs left guard Ali Marpet retired shortly after his first Pro Bowl appearance in early February.
  4. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady reportedly will help produce his own celebrity roast set to air on Netflix at the end of the 2022 season.
  5. Defensive lineman William Gholston (92) is among a number of veterans who participated in the Bucs' first organized team activity of the summer Tuesday at AdventHealth Training Center.
  6. Bucs defensive tackle Vita Vea (50) stops Rams running back Cam Akers (23) during the fourth quarter of last season's NFC divisional playoff at Raymond James Stadium. Vea was selected to his first Pro Bowl last season, and signed a four-year, $73 million extension in January.
  7. New Bucs coach Todd Bowles presides over 2-1/2 weeks of organized team activities starting May 17 and running through June 3.
  8. Wide receiver Jerreth Sterns runs on the field during rookie minicamp Friday at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa. The undrafted free agent out of Western Kentucky is trying to win a spot on the team.
  9. Bucs head coach Todd Bowles presides over rookie minicamp at AdventHealth Training Center on Friday.
  10. Bucs rookie running back Rachaad White certainly has the size and speed to play in the NFL, and figures to see time spelling Leonard Fournette in his first season.
  11. With Ronald Jones signing as a free agent with the Chiefs, the Bucs have room for another pass-catching back such as third-round pick Rachaad White, pictured.
  12. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, left, and Bucs quarterback Tom Brady haven't met on the field since the 2020 season's NFC Championship Game.
  13. Bucs quarterbacks Tom Brady (12), left, and Blaine Gabbert (11) talk during training camp in August at AdventHealth Training Center in Tampa. Brady and Gabbert participated in Phase 2 of the team’s offseason workout program on Tuesday.
  14. Then-Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, left, talks with place kicker Josh Lambo after Lambo missed a field goal against the Broncos during a September game last year.
  15. Bucs second-year quarterback Kyle Trask, left, was inactive for all 19 games (17 regular season, two postseason) in 2021, and could encounter the same fate in 2022.
  16. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady has a future in football even after his playing days are over.
  17. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady (12), pictured before the division-round playoff game against the Rams in January, already has started preparing for his 23rd NFL season and third in Tampa Bay.
  18. Jerry Figurski worked as Pasco County Attorney before going into private practice with Figurski and Harrill. He volunteered with many community organizations.
  19. Noah Reeb (front, center), the 10-year-old brain cancer survivor whose encounter with Tom Brady last October drew national attention, attended Friday night's Dick Vitale Gala for pediatric-cancer research. Celebrities included Vitale (center) and former Bucs receiver Keyshawn Johnson (top row, right). JOEY KNIGHT | Times
  20. Then-Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) loses the ball after being brought down by the Raiders' Charles Woodson, right, while Greg Biekert (54) moves to recover the ball in the fourth quarter of their AFC division playoff game. The play was appealed, and the Patriots retained possession. And the Tuck Rule was born.
  21. Bucs linebacker Devin White (45) and free safety Jordan Whitehead (33) celebrate White’s sack on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts during a game in January in Tampa.
  22. Tight end Cameron Brate pulls in a pass during the Bucs' 37-26 loss to the Panthers in 2019 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
  23. Georgia senior Jake Camarda, punting during the Senior Bowl in February, finished as the Bulldogs' career leader in punting average (45.78  yards per attempt). The Bucs drafted him in the fourth round Saturday.
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