Colin Kaepernick will be working out in front of NFL personnel this weekend and many teams will be looking to check the football readiness of the free agent quarterback. Odds are already being placed at which team has the best chance to land Kaepernick — if he's offered a spot on a team and he decides to sign. The NFL on Thursday announced that 11 teams would be attending the workout: the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins.

He's coming off a game in which he saw a season-high eight targets and now gets a Tampa Bay defense that's been shredded for the second-most fantasy points by wide receivers. It's a nice setup with the Bucs also possessing arguably the league's best run defense, and while Corey Davis is also a strong Week 8 start, he's somehow more popular despite Brown having the higher WOPR since Ryan Tannehill took over at QB. I have Brown as a top-25 WR this week, and with Delanie Walker ruled out, tight end Jonnu Smith is a top-10 option and a near must-start in DFS ($10).

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 2-2 with a pair of surprising road wins, thanks in part to Jameis Winston's ability to cut down on costly mistakes. The fifth-year pro has played well since having a pair of interceptions returned for touchdowns in a season-opening loss at home, and the Bucs are even beginning to show signs of being able overcome some of the young quarterback's less-than-stellar moments. Winston had another interception run back for a TD during Sunday's 55-40 victory over the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams, trimming what was once a 21-point lead to five in the fourth quarter.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 2-2 with a pair of surprising road wins, thanks in part to Jameis Winston's ability to cut down on costly mistakes. The fifth-year pro has played well since having a pair of interceptions returned for touchdowns in a season-opening loss at home, and the Bucs are even beginning to show signs of being able overcome some of the young quarterback's less-than-stellar moments. Winston had another interception run back for a TD during Sunday's 55-40 victory over the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams, trimming what was once a 21-point lead to five in the fourth quarter.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might have a kicker curse. Ever since the Bucs released Matt Bryant before the 2009 season, some fans have believed that their kickers have been cursed. Secret Deodorant thinks it has the solution to the Bucs' kicking woes.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jason Pierre-Paul reached a contract compromise that will allow the team to save money while opening the 30-year-old defensive end to free agency a year earlier than scheduled, ESPN reported. Pierre-Paul is on the non-football injury list as he recovers from a serious neck injury sustained in a car accident in May, and ESPN said there are "varying opinions" about if and when he will be able to play again. The new deal calls for the elimination of the final year of his previous deal (2020), which will make Pierre-Paul a free agent in March.

A week after winning a close game on the road, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers found a way to lose one at home in excruciating fashion. Rookie kicker Matt Gay remained a hot topic on Monday, as did coach Bruce Arians' unconventional decision to use a delay of game penalty to move the ball 5 yards farther back before the sixth-round draft pick narrowly missed a potential game-winning 34-yard field goal in a 32-31 loss to the New York Giants. Arians, in his first season at the helm of the Bucs, laughed when asked if he believes in the notion that the kicking game, which has been problematic in recent years, is cursed.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a home loss to the New York Giants and rookie quarterback Daniel Jones on Sunday, though it wasn't for lack of effort: Jameis Winston had a solid day, receiver Mike Evans had a fantastic day, and linebacker Shaq Barrett did everything he could to rattle Jones. Barrett, a free agent earlier this year who received little interest, agreed to a one-year, $5 million contract with Tampa Bay and so far he's been the steal of the offseason. Four-sack game vs. Giants The 26-year-old Barrett was undrafted out of Colorado State in 2014 and signed with the Denver Broncos.

Tampa Bay's kicking woes cost the Buccaneers another game. Rookie Matt Gay's 34-yard field goal attempt sailed right wide as time expired Sunday, leaving the Bucs on the short end of a 32-31 loss to the New York Giants. The sixth-round draft pick also missed an extra point and had another blocked.

Despite Daniel Jones' astounding, electrifying debut for the New York Giants, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still had a golden opportunity to pull out a win despite the rookie quarterback's four-touchdown day. It didn't work out, and Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians had some explaining to do. On the final play of the game, rookie kicker Matt Gay missed a 34-yard field goal that would have given the Buccaneers a 34-32 win.

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