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Byline: Doug Fernandes
TAMPA -- It's the very bottom of the NFL pecking order.
One can be drafted into the league -- a first-rounder smothered in hype, a seventh-rounder sheathed in anonymity.
He can be a college free agent, deemed not worthy of a draft day pick, yet adequate in skills to earn a contract. An extended look.
Then there are players like cornerback Carlos Campbell. Neither a draft selection nor a free agent. Along with 19 other hopefuls gathered at One Buc Place for the team's rookie mini-camp, Campbell is here on a three-day pass.
A three-day tryout pass. Three days to give Bucs coaches a reason …