Tampa columnist calls for Bucs to cut Jameis Winston

The local backlash for Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston has begun.
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With a three-game suspension looming for violation of the league’s Personal Conduct http://www.officialcardinalsnflproshop.com/WOMENS_YOUTH_T_J_LOGAN_JERSEY.html Policy in connection with a March 2016 incident involving an Uber driver, a columnist for the Tampa Bay Times urges the team to take the next step Womens Zane Gonzalez Jersey and release Winston.

[W]hat did he do? Tom Jones of the Times writes of Winston. He allegedly grabbed a woman’s crotch against her will. That’s disgusting and reprehensible. This was more than partying that got a little out of hand. We need to call it what it was: sexual assault. And this isn’t the first time those awful two words have been associated with Winston….

What the Buccaneers ultimately do will be driven in T. J. Logan Jersey large part by the local reaction to the suspension. Which could be why Winston’s camp hand picked a Jameis-friendly radio host in Tallahassee to leak the notion that Winston was being suspended simply for failing to report an allegation and not for the underlying behavior.

It was hot (at minicamp), but it’s a part about building that mental toughness, that callus, Wilks said.

Wilks also noted that, for the same reason, there will be some outside practices during training camp, in that often muggy (for Arizona) August heat. The way Wilks directed offseason work, with high tempo and a demand for intensity, it would make sense if that was only ratcheted up once the pads come on. Add to that working outside, and the Cardinals indeed better become mentally tough.

The final minicamp of the summer — and the http://www.shopbrownsfootball.com/Zane-Gonzalez-Jersey last on-field work for the Cardinals for the offseason — was hot. The temps stretched into the 100s for a couple of hours, and it was felt.

WR D.J. Moore, Maryland (picked by Chad Reuter, NFL.com): While Ridley is the biggest name among wide receivers, Moore has some helium. The 6-foot, 210-pound Big Ten Receiver of the Year has drawn comparisons to Pierre Garcon, and some believe he will go in the first round. If the Cardinals look closely at wide receivers early, Moore could join Ridley as a possible option.