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  • 7/29, 10:08 pm
    • Peterson did not fully participate in...

      Peterson did not fully participate in training camp Friday due to an undisclosed injury, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "He tweaked himself a little bit in the offseason. He's going to be fine," said head coach Mike Zimmer. "He did the conditioning test today. We're just being careful with him."

      Analysis: Peterson was able to run light sprints and participated in walk-through of a play on offense, so the injury doesn't sound serious. Still, monitor his progress early in training ccamp.

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  • 7/29, 10:01 pm
    • Sims turned in a strong all-around...

      Sims turned in a strong all-around practice Friday, Joe Kania of the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: The Bucs' change-of-pace back extraordinaire excelled on both the ground and through the air Friday, flashing the diverse skill set that led to his breakout campaign in 2015. Sims totaled 1,090 yards from scrimmage last season while tying for the team lead with four touchdown receptions, and looks like he's ready to build on that success in the early going of training camp. Kania reports that the third-year back looked sharp running the ball and was also heavily involved in the passing game. While Doug Martin will certainly be the bell-cow back on most weeks, Sims has already demonstrated an ability to carry a significant load when necessary.

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  • 7/29, 9:49 pm
    • Bell was one of the candidates...

      Bell was one of the candidates for the Bucs' kickoff returner role mentioned by head coach Dirk Koetter following Friday's practice, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: The second-year receiver looks to have plenty on his plate this summer, given that he's also one of the leading contenders for Tampa's third receiver job. Bell boasts solid college pedigree in the kickoff return area, having tallied 1,277 yards and a touchdown on 51 runbacks over four seasons at Nebraska while bringing 4.4 speed to the equation as well.

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  • 7/29, 9:41 pm
    • Grimes snatched his first interception of...

      Grimes snatched his first interception of training camp Friday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: Grimes went up high to make a beautiful leaping grab of a Jameis Winston deep ball intended for Donteea Dye, a play that was preceded by a deflection of a throw to Russell Shepard down the right sideline earlier in the session. The offseason acquisition is expected to bring precisely that type of ball-hawking presence to a Bucs secondary that allowed opposing quarterbacks to complete a league-high 70 percent of their passes in 2015.

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  • 7/29, 9:25 pm
    • Evans was a frequent target of...

      Evans was a frequent target of quarterback Jameis Winston in Friday's training camp practice, Joe Kania of the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: The third-year receiver and Winston have been hard at work throughout the offseason with the goal of building chemistry the likes of what was seen on the practice field Friday. Kania reports that Evans hauled in "what seemed like 75 percent" of Winston's passes on the day, including a couple of deep balls. After an NFL-leading 12 drops in 2015, the Texas A & M product has vowed to significantly improve in that area in the coming season, and is off to a strong start towards the goal over the pair of training camp practices.

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