It's certainly evident that Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans was a bright spot for the Bucs' offense all season long.
McCoy, a starting defensive tackle, said Monday if the team is chosen, he expects the Bucs not to worry about the cameras following them around training camp and for players to be "professionals".
Licht minimized critiques that the show might distract players from the task at hand - to prepare for a winning season.
"Mike, in terms of his future here, I know I can speak for myself and I'm pretty sure I'm speaking for everybody here, well I know I am that I hope Mike is a Buc for life", Licht said of his receiver during Monday's press conference at One Buc Place.
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"I've said it before, I feel good about our team and the maturity, especially for being a young group", Licht said (via FFI). "And I don't want to get into the details of it but we had a great conversation with him and (Coach) Dirk (Koetter) and I were very happy with the way it went and we are very pleased with where Doug is right now".
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"[He's] in good spirits, it seems like the trajectory is going up". "We're excited to have him, excited to see how he does out here in OTAs". "I don't know. May be a moot point, but we will see how it goes".
If this report is true and the Bucs are the featured team on "Hard Knocks" this year, then we can not wait to see what Dirk Koetter's team looks like under the hood. The Bears, Bucs, Browns, Colts, Eagles, Ravens, Saints, and Titans were all options under the league's parameters.