TAMPA, Fla. -- Amanda Tynes wants others to know that her husbands health is still a concern.
On Wednesday morning, the wife of Lawrence Tynes tweeted a photo of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker receiving treatment for a MRSA infection on his right foot. On Tuesday, when asked about the progress of Tynes and guard Carl Nicks, who developed a MRSA infection on his left foot, Bucs coach Greg Schiano said both had responded to treatment.
"They are responding well Carl I know more about because he's here," Schiano said then. "Carl's healing up. Timeline, I don't know. I can't put a definite date on that. But he is healing, and he's recovering. And with Lawrence, he's not in town, but everything that can be done is being done to make sure that everybody recovers."
Tynes was signed July 17 after kicker Connor Barth tore his Achilles tendon before the start of training camp. Tynes, a 10-year veteran, was expected to compete for the starting placekicker role with Derek Dimke, but Tynes...