The injury bug does not seem to be leaving the Buccaneers’ locker room anytime soon. The team announced Monday they have placed Myron Lewis on the season ending injured reserve.
The team also announced they have waived wide receiver David Gilreath and were awarded guard Hayworth Hicks off of waiver from Kansas City.
Here is the information from the team:
Since being drafted by the Buccaneers in 2010, Lewis has played in 28 games, with one start, recording 17 tackles, four passes defensed, and three special teams tackles.
The Buccaneers were awarded Hicks off of waivers from Kansas City. Hicks (6-3, 336) entered the league as a college free agent with Indianapolis in 2012, and has spent time on the active roster for the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs this season.
Myron Lewis has barely been on the field for the Bucs. Lewis was highly talked about during Raheem Morris’ tenure but has yet to live up to expectations due to constant injuries.
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