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What will it take for the Bucs to bring back Jameis Winston in 2020?

Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: It’s mailbag time. We answer questions on Bruce Arians’ style, the Rays offseason, Willie Taggart’s job security and Clemson-Alabama fatigue.
Jameis Winston (3) will be paid $20.9 million this season in the last year of his contract with the Bucs. MONICA HERNDON | Times
Published Aug. 13

It’s mailbag time, time to answer your questions. Here’s the big ones on Tuesday:

How many wins does Jameis Winston need this year to remain a Buccaneer?

How does Bruce Arians no-nonsense style impact the team?

How good is rookie place kicker Matt Gay?

Will the Rays make a splash move in free agency this off-season?

Is Willie Taggart’s job in jeopardy at Florida State, what to make of the Florida Gators’ defense backfield losses and is there any chance it isn’t Clemson and Alabama in the College Football Playoff championship?

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