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Tampa Bay Bucs might have interest in Miami tight end David Njoku

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Could the Tampa Bay Bucs‘ Plan B for their upcoming draft be a tight end? The Bucs have recently been linked to Miami tight end David Njoku, the second-best tight end in the upcoming draft. Njoku has special burst that could add something to the Bucs’ receiving corps, something more than incumbent Cameron Brate offers. I know, I know. It’s hard to see the Bucs drafting Njoku over FSU’s Dalvin Cook, no matter what the mocks say. As a tight…

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Now comes the selecting season of NFL’s general managers

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Now, it is Jason Licht’s season, poobah of the Tampa Bay Bucs. Now, it belongs to John Lynch, boss of the San Francisco 49ers. Now, the NFL belongs to Steve Keim of the Cards and Ted Thompson of the Packers and John Schneider of the Seahawks and the rest of the general managers of the league. The Super Bowl is over, which means free agency is next, followed by the NFL draft, followed by coaches proclaiming they are simply delighted…

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Miami follows Kaaya to big second half in beating Duke

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The Miami Hurricanes broke open a close game in the second half and went on to finish Mark Richt’s first season at 8-4. Quarterback Brad Kaaya threw for 396 yards and four touchdowns, and the Hurricanes outscored Duke 24-7 in the second half. Kaaya found receivers David Njoku for 134 yards and two touchdowns and Stacy Coley for 118 yards and another score to lead Miami to its win. At one stretch in the third quarter, Kaaya hit five straight…

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