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813Area has new update 11 hours ago 2019 NFL Draft Primer
Here is everything you need to know heading into the NFL draft tonight It’s finally here! Draft day! No more mock drafts, no more speculation, no more debating. The picks will roll in beginning tonight at 8:00 p.m. est and all the questions will be answered. We’re here to get you ready for exactly that. What: 2019 NFL Draft Where: Nashville, Tennessee When: Thursday (Round 1) - 8:00 p.m. EST Friday (Rounds 2-3) - 7:00 p.m. EST Saturday (Rounds 4-7) - 12:00 p.m. EST *All rounds can be viewed on NFL Network and ESPN* Who: Odd question, right? Considering it’s every team in the NFL. However, here is the draft order for round one; 1.) Arizona Cardinals 2.) San Francisco 49ers 3.) New York Jets 4.) Oakland Raiders 5.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6.) New York Giants 7.) Jacksonville Jaguars 8.) Detroit Lions 9.) Buffalo Bills 10.) Denver Broncos 11.) Cincinnati Bengals 12.) Green Bay Packers 13.) Miami Dolphins 14.) Atlanta Falcons 15.) Washington Redskins 16.) Carolina Panthers 17.) New York Giants (via Cleveland Browns) 18.) Minnesota Vikings 19.) Tennessee Titans 20.) Pittsburgh Steelers 21.) Seattle Seahawks 22.) Baltimore Ravens 23.) Houston Texans 24.) Oakland Raiders (via Chicago Bears) 25.) Philadelphia Eagles 26.) Indianapolis Colts 27.) Oakland Raiders (via Dallas Cowboys) 28.) Los Angeles Chargers 29.) Seattle Seahawks (via Kansas City Chiefs) 30.) Green Bay Packers (via New Orleans Saints) 31.) Los Angeles Rams 32.) New England Patriots Remaining Buccaneers Picks The Buccaneers also have the following selections; Round 2 - 39th overall Round 3 - 70th overall Round 4 - 107th overall Round 5 - 145th overall Round 6 - 208th overall (via Philadelphia Eagles) Round 7 - 215th overall Players To Watch For The Buccaneers - well, more specifically, Bruce Arians - said that there are six “generational” players they could take which would make it difficult to trade out of their spot at number five. In fact, he came out and said a team would have to back up a Brinks truck to get the pick. Let’s take a second to figure out who those six are (in no particular order); Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama - Arguably the best player in the draft. Unlikely to fall to the Bucs, but a slam dunk pick if he does. Immediate replacement (and arguable upgrade) over Gerald McCoy Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State - Another guy unlikely to fall to them, but an immediate impact guy that will make life a living hell for Matt Ryan, Cam Newton, and Drew Brees for the forseeable future. Devin White, LB, LSU - An elite player at a position of desperate need for the Bucs. Can do everything from rush the quarterback, to drop in coverage, to stalk ball carriers sideline to sideline. Will make fans quickly forget about Kwon Alexander. Ed Oliver, DT, Houston - Another elite level player that is, quite frankly, a freak of nature. For someone his size (6’2”, 290) he has incredible strength, speed, and mobility. Lining him up next to Vita Vea for the next eight to ten years would be a complete nightmare opposing offensive coordinators. Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky - The reigning defensive player of the year, Allen emerged as a sack machine. The hesitation may lie in the fact that he had one elite year out of his four years with the team, three of which he was a starter. He had more sacks his Senior season than his other three combined. Could he be a dominant force? Absolutely. Could he be just a one year wonder? Well, it wouldn’t be the first time it happened... Devin Bush, LB, Michigan - Bush and White are nearly identical in terms of athleticism and impact they would have on a team, especially this one. Todd Bowles needs a linebacker with the skills that White and Bush possess to effectively quarterback his defense. After they’re drafted, there are no linebackers left that will command the respect they do and be day one starters. Given the position scarcity, it wouldn’t surprise me one bit to know Bush - who you could argue is the most athletic player in the draft - is on Tampa Bay’s short list of elite prospects they want. Final Notes: The draft is always a wild roller coaster ride. Dips, dives, loops, turns - it’s all there. Tonight will be no different. We may see crazy trades to secure sub-par quarterbacks from desperate franchises. We may see players no one expected to go on day one drafted in the top twenty. Plain and simple - with the draft, you just never know what can happen. Enjoy it. Revel in it. Tonight is the night that begins new found hope for all 32 franchises that this player will be the catalyst, the anchor, of greatness to come. As for Buccaneers fans, the draft has led to frustration and disappointment at times in recent memory. Hell, dating back to the Jon Gruden days it brought anger and resentment. All I can say is this; trust in this staff. It is not one man that pulls the trigger on these decisions - as much as many of you would like the blame for draft misses to go squarely on the shoulders of Jason Licht - but it is a collective of the scouting, evaluation, and belief by the group inside the war room. Months and months of preparation have gone into this. These coaches have evaluated this roster and these prospects and together will decide who to hitch their wagon to. They know the kinds of players, the kinds of men they want in their building. Trust that the Buccaneers have the most competent coaching staff they’ve assembled in over a decade. That these guys calling the shots have a proven track record of success in this league when together and that success will continue in Tampa Bay. The future begins now. The Bruce Arians era officially begins now. Embrace it. It’s gonna be one hell of a ride.
813Area has new update 11 hours ago Quick Strikes: Syracuse Crunch look to even series with Cleveland Monsters
And all the while, the Toronto Marlies wait. The Bolts Yesterday at Raw Charge, Geo took a look back at the 2005 draft for the Tampa Bay Lightning. It was a draft with a whole lot of star power, but the Bolts were picking last so they missed out on a lot of it. [Raw Charge] There are some great players to pick from in here. Up front, James Neal and Paul Stastny. Justin Abdelkader is also here, but he pales in comparison to Neal and Stastny. Neal is a better goal scorer, but Stastny as put up more points over his career. There’s also Ondrej Pavelec in goal who sits at 398 games played in the NHL. Despite his longevity and becoming a full time starter at the age of 22 in 2009-10, he hasn’t exactly been a star goaltender, though he has a Gold and Bronze medal at the World Championships and an AHL championship under his belt. A daily reminder that the Player Grades are still available for your votes! To the Masthead, Alan has made a spreadsheet for us to place our grades well, so don’t forget to add your ever-valuable input! [Raw Charge] Just like last year, we’re opening the process to all the readers to join in with the writers in grading the players. We’re asking you to fill out a quick survey using the typical A-F grading scale for thirteen forwards, eight defenders, and two goalies. The more people who respond the better so we encourage everyone to get involved. The Prospects Two days ago, the Syracuse Crunch won game three of their series against the Cleveland Monsters. [Raw Charge] The Syracuse Crunch have not done anything the traditional way this season. Their North Division title came on the next to last day of the season with six rookies in the line-up. Throughout the season, they looked like world beaters one night and a beer-league team the next. They took too many penalties and had too many turnovers. Yet, they somehow won more than they lost. On Tuesday night, they used their off-kilter style to keep from getting swept as they held on to defeat the Cleveland Monsters 2-1 in Game 3 of their five game series. Today, they have a chance to bring the series back home to Syracuse for a chance at the reverse sweep. “We had a little bit more confidence yesterday and we were making better plays.”Dominik Masin on the team finding their game in Game 3. #SYRvsCLE pic.twitter.com/N83G15gdzS— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 24, 2019 During the day leading up to the big game, feel free to have a look at where Cal Foote came from! Don’t say his leg. Mountains, pro sports and Red Rocks Amphitheater. What more could you want?Learn more about where Cal Foote grew up with Crunch Hometowns presented by Go Butterfly Travel. pic.twitter.com/Ov06TcaKO4— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 24, 2019 The Orlando Solar Bears are already in the second round and have game one against the Florida Everblades set for Friday evening. "We look at our whole team — we need all 10 forwards, all six 'D' and both goalies to produce every night. Everybody's gotta be pulling on the same rope."Coach Berehowsky fields questions from the media at practice this morning. Game 1 at Florida is this Friday. pic.twitter.com/diY0He661T— Orlando Solar Bears (@OrlandoHockey) April 24, 2019 Sammy Walker? We know one of those! Five Big Ten rookies recorded 20 or more points in 2018-19 and the #Gophers were the only program with two of them. B1G Freshman of the Year Sammy Walker led all league rookies with 26 points while Blake McLaughlin finished fifth with 20 points. #PrideOnIce #BMWLine pic.twitter.com/agIQmy6aLy— Minnesota Men’s Hockey (@GopherHockey) April 24, 2019 The Game The Toronto Marlies beat the Rochester Americans in a sweep, sending them to the second round of the Calder Cup Playoffs. They’ll play the Crunch or the Monsters starting sometime next week. For a recap of the game, check out PensionPlanPuppets.com around 8am or 9am where my game recap will be. #Marlies sweep the Rochester Americans in 3 games. Now they wait until the Syracuse Crunch and Cleveland Monsters figure out their series. Monsters up 2-1 currently.— Hardev Lad (@HardevLad) April 25, 2019 The Carolina Hurricanes did the thing. They really did the thing. They beat the Washington Capitals in seven games, needing double overtime and Justin Williams primary assist magic to get it done. They actually did it. Wait, why am I surprised after the playoffs we’ve seen this spring? This whole courtroom is out of order! [Canes Country] That run will continue, after a heart-stopping 4-3 double-overtime win at Capital One Arena on Wednesday night, eliminating the Capitals and sending the Hurricanes through to the second round, where they will face the New York Islanders in the second round beginning Friday. All four division champions in the 2018-19 season were eliminated in the first round, and it was the Hurricanes - the Carolina Hurricanes! - administering the knockout blow. Bend the knee https://t.co/0Iq7Mtvz7B— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) April 25, 2019 Mike McKenna has a podcast and he had Greg Millen on for the show! My interview with the man that inspired me to be a goaltender. Thanks again for sharing your story and wisdom, @gregmillen! #6DMM is available on all major podcast apps and providers. Feedback encouraged! https://t.co/mTQUTTCs4u— Mike McKenna (@MikeMcKenna56) April 24, 2019 Roberto Luongo is the best. Full stop. “Daddy this ride is scary”“Don’t be scared honey I’ll protect you! You gotta be brave like daddy” pic.twitter.com/WnFSvVN7P2— Strombone (@strombone1) April 24, 2019 Highlight of the Night: What else but the 2OT winner. The goal heard round the world! pic.twitter.com/dRun0WgIhz— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) April 25, 2019
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
11 hours ago Pinellas transit authority votes to raise $5M to avoid cutting routes
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will seek $5 million to keep the current routes it operates. PSTA was considering cutting routes due to funding and deficit issues. There were two options: either approve the reductions or secure $5 million in new annual funds by July 2019 to avoid reductions. More than 300 riders opposed the proposed cuts. The motion passed 13-0 to not have any cuts at this time and to raise the $5 million. "We'll be using reserves to carry us forward for as long…
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11 hours ago TBBJ launches Giving Back platform and feature to highlight community service
It’s a thought I have often: How do we stack up?  I often apply that to concepts like the talent pool and business friendliness. But when it comes to community involvement and philanthropy, from what I have seen when it comes to the benevolence and community-minded qualities of the Tampa Bay business community, we are right up there among the best in the nation. In early May, we’re launching Giving Back, a monthly feature that provides an opportunity to recognize — all year long — stellar…
Jason Sloben on Pegasus Lounge
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Truk does Fusion and sometimes other EDM events on the weekends at Pegasus Lounge. He has been bullying me through his friends for many years now, and I have video evidence to prove it. See for yourselves.      https://youtu.be/MNN5k00NAas Truk also sneaks around at the venues he supplies his sound services and spreads hate and gossip in the EDM scene. I have been collecting evidence against his shady organization for many years now. Since Truk will not let this feud go, I will start showing video, audio, images and much more of his abuse.

Pros: Don't support my bullies

Cons: The scene supposed to be about this nonsense.

Colleen Lachnicht
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New Restaurants and Bars in Seminole Heights
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Debbie Torres commented on New Restaurants and Bars in Seminole Heights
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LOve hearing about the cool new places to try !
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They have some of the best authentic Mexican food in the bay area. I absolutely love their chicken burrito smothered in queso.

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Armature Works is a mixed-use building full of restaurants, bars and retail stores. You'll find innovative eateries in a fun historic structure all on the water. They've also got event rental space and some co-working areas. Cool place!

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Great club, have different music in each floor!

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Cool atmosphere with a lot of buzz. Lots of eating choices so everyone can get what they want! I love Empemamas!

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Great venue for not just dining but also events! So much going on at Armature Works all the time. The coworking offices are really cool too!

Pros: Delicious food with very fun atmosphere.

Allison Koehler commented on Best Brunch in Seminole Heights
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Hi Bianca! Welcome to MyArea Network! Thanks for registering and taking the time to post your feedback. By no means to I claim to be an expert; I was assigned this topic by my editor and instructed to write it in "listicle" format. I researched using the restaurant web sites, as well as Facebook and Yelp reviews. I have been to many of these spots, however, this is not a blog format, which is why I did not inject any personal experience. Writers are constantly learning and I felt like I learned a lot putting this listicle together.

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District Tavern

116 N 12th St , Tampa FL, 33602
Happy Hour Drink & Food Specials 4-7 PM
Channel District Resident Night, Extended Happy Hour 9pm-12am

Pete's Place North

8603 N Dale Mabry Hwy , Tampa FL, 33614
LADIES NIGHT
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7700 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway , Tampa FL, 33607
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Free Meal+Ice Cream

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4145 Henderson Blvd , Tampa FL, 33629
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Happy Hour 11am - 8pm
Karaoke at 10pm
All Whiskey $4 from 9pm - Close