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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Twitter feed broke news Monday afternoon that offensive guard Carl Nicks is out indefinitely.
Head coach Greg Schiano says Nicks has developed an infected blister on his toe and then he will be out for an unknown amount of time.
Nicks missed significant time last season – nine games to be specific – with a toe injury. Nicks last week announced that he would have to deal with this injury for the rest of his life.
It’s unknown whether this injury will result on Nicks being placed on a PUP or disabled list.
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Two-time Pro Bowl guard Carl Nicks has suffered a setback in his recovery after developing a blister on his left foot that became infected.
The two-time Pro Bowler, signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a five-year, 47.5 million deal in March 2012, played seven games last season before sustaining a torn plantar plate in his left foot.
The Bucs used caution with him...
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Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton ripped into Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman, calling him "god awful."
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Preseason games are useful, but the Tampa Buccaneers probably wish their recovering stars were getting more use out of them.
Week 3 of the preseason will begin with Darrelle Revis, Carl Nicks, Davin Joseph and Lawrence Tynes still on the “proceed with caution” list.
Darrelle Revis’ recovery is going well, but as Tampa Bay Times writer...
Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton was very criticial of Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman during an appearance on 620 WDAE. “They’ve had him there for four years and they have question marks about you?’’ Tarkenton said, via ESPN.com. “You didn’t have question marks about Matt Ryan after his fourth year or Joe Flacco. That means they don’t think...
Darrelle Revis and Davin Joseph took steps forward Monday on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' injury front. Carl Nicks took a step back on his troublesome left foot.
Nicks, the starting guard who missed the second half of last season with a lingering injury on his left big toe, has developed a blister on the same foot. It is infected, and Nicks could not practice Monday.
Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis has continued to fully practice without any setbacks.
It continues to looks like Revis’ knee is doing great and he’ll be ready for week one. The Bucs also remain open to letting him play in a preseason game.
CB Darrelle Revis also practiced fully today and had another good day, no setbacks.
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All eyes around the NFL turned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’
second preseason game the other night against the New England Patriots when it began
being reported that running back Doug Martin exited the game with a head
injury. While there was initially a scare that the injury was
concussion-related, Martin told reporters after the game – including Stephen F. Holder of The Tampa...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reporter on the NFL Insiders yesterday that the foot infection that Carl Nicks is dealing with could force him to miss a month of football, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Times.
With Nicks out, Cody Wallace or Jamon Meredith will likely step in for Nicks.
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Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis is a full participant in practice and is on schedule play in Week 1 against his former teammates, the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Revis tore his ACL a little less than a year ago. Assuming he hasn't lost a step, Revis should be one of the most feared corners in the game and make the Bucs' pass defense, which gave up a league-worst 4,758 yards last...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are exploring options at kicker again.
Two sources told FOX Sports that the Bucs are bringing in veterans for tryouts on Thursday. One of them is former Dallas Cowboys kicker David Buehler.
The decision stems from concerns about the two kickers currently on the active roster. Lawrence Tynes, who spent the previous six seasons with the New York Giants, hasn...