Bucs Buzz — July 25

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Bruce Gradkowski, in hindsight, was put in an unenviable situation last year. He went from sixth-round pick and backup to full-time starter in an instant, and it was a rough ride, as Katherine Smith reports for the Tampa Tribune.

It may seem premature to talk Super Bowl, but the Tampa area will host the game in February of 2009 and preparations are already underway, and a familiar, experienced hand is leading the effort, writes the Tampa Tribune.

Training camp is at hand, and Bucs fans will descend on Orlando to get a glimpse of what the Buccaneers will do this season? What will they see? Well, there could be some new wrinkles, especially on defense, writes Joanne Korth of the St. Petersburg Times.

Every year there are new faces in Tampa Bay. How might players like Jeff Garcia and Cato June affect this season? Mike Cobb puts his mind to that thought in this article in the Lakeland Ledger.

John Clayton takes a look at the top storylines at every NFC training camp in this article at ESPN.com.

Clark Judge breaks down the position battles for all four NFC South teams in this piece for CBSSportsline.com.

What pressure? At least one Buccaneers should be feeling some entering the 2007 season, writes Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times.

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