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Michael Vick's hamstring will be the biggest injury to watch this week but there are three other injuries to monitor from Sunday's 31-20 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tackle Jason Peters safety Patrick Chung and running back Chris Polk all have shoulder injuries. Chung and Polk left the game early and did not return.
Kelly said those three will not be full participants in Tuesday's practice. Kelly expects Peters to practice in full on Wednesday.
Chung's injury is a concern to the coaching staff because it came after Chung missed two games.
As for Vick coach Chip Kelly offered no update on the quarterback. He needs to see how Vick feels on Tuesday morning before determining who will get first-team snaps on Tuesday.
"I don't know until those guys get here and start running around" Kelly said.
Kelly wants Vick to be 100 percent which could be a subjective interpretation. Kelly will keep an eye on the way Vick moves around this week to help make ...
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Guard Carl Nicks, dealing with a MRSA-infected left foot, underwent surgery Tuesday to try to improve the condition, Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano said Wednesday. A timetable for the two-time Pro Bowl player's return is unknown.
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One of three members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers diagnosed with MRSA has had surgery to get rid of the staph infection. MRSA is difficult to treat because it's resistant to many common antibiotics.
Carl Nicks had surgery Tuesday night and coach Greg Schiano said the guard is doing well.
The two-time All-Pro was diagnosed as having MRSA in a blister of the left side of his foot...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders visited the Howl-O-Scream haunted house at Busch Gardens and they wore their uniforms (pom-poms and all). The lovely cheerleaders made their way through the spooky attraction and were screaming at the top of their lungs. I suggest watching it with the sound off, unless you’re one of those creeps that enjoys the sound of women being absolutely...
The worse keeps getting worse for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The latest? Bucs’ guard Carl Nicks had surgery on his foot to remove the MRSA strain that reappeared last week.
The Bucs have not confirmed it, but according to Jenna Laine of Sports Talk Florida, Nicks had the operation Tuesday to “clean out the infection in his toe, according to a league source.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks underwent surgery to treat the MRSA staph infection in his foot that caused him to miss last Sunday’s contest with the Eagles. The Bucs broke the news on Twitter via Scott Smith, senior writer for the team.
G Carl Nicks had surgery on his foot last night. No timetable for his return yet.
— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) October 16, 2013
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The losses are mounting and the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers are running out of explanations for why their season has gone sour and what they can to do to turn it around.
A 31-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles dropped the Bucs to 0-5, and the team has dropped 10 of 11 dating to last year.
The offense has struggled to score points, and an improved defense has been unable to protect...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano had little to add when asked to respond to a USA Today report published Saturday that suggests the NFLPA thinks he's the source of Josh Freeman's leaked medical information.
Schiano said "We as an organization look forward to cooperating with the NFL and the NFLPA" after the Bucs' 31-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles...
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