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The recent MRSA outbreak that contaminated the facilities of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers claimed two victims in offensive lineman Carl Nicks and punter Lawrence Tynes.
After the fact, Tynes is furious about how he is being treated.
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Lawrence Tynes is unhappy with being placed on the non-football injury list. Tynes is dealing with MRSA and the Buccaneers may be trying to dodge future legal battles as guard Carl Nicks also came down with the illness during training camp. While Tampa Bay is willing to pay the $840,000 owed to Tynes this season the kicker is unhappy about being placed on the NFI instead of the injured...
Doomsday reads Saturday, August 31st, 6:00 p.m. for many players in the NFL. That is the time every NFL team must have their roster down to just 53 players.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t have a good preseason, finishing 1-3, which means the front office/coaching staff has a lot of careful decisions to make. When a team’s entire training camp roster plays well, coaches have...
The tension between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and ailing kicker Lawrence Tynes continues to escalate.
Tynes was informed Saturday that he was placed on the team's non-football injury list a designation that guarantees Tynes his $840000 base salary but withholds other benefits reserved for players on injured reserve.
Tynes has been sidelined since contracting an MRSA infection...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers failed to execute any kind of offensive or defensive presence in their final preseason game Thursday night — a 30-12 losing effort to the Washington Redskins.
Let’s start with the offense.
Mike Glennon played most of the game, but managed to only complete seven of his 17 passes for 63 yards losing two turnovers in the process (an interception and a lost...
There's a fight coming between Lawrence Tynes and the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, and itâs going to make his wife
Amanda's tweets seem tame.
Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano announced that Darrelle Revis will be ready for week one, barring a setback.
Bucs confirm Revis is playing Week 1 barring setback. Although they've said that all along.
— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) August 30, 2013
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RB Jeff Demps, RB/FB Brian Leonard, WR Kevin Ogletree, TE Tom Crabtree, G/T Gabe Carimi, DE George Selvie, CB Darrelle Revis, S Dashon Goldson, K Nate Kaeding, P Chas Henry, CB Johnthan Banks (draft), QB Mike Glennon (draft), DT Akeem Spence (draft), DE William Gholston (draft)
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Longtime Bills kicker Rian Lindell will be the kicker in Tampa Bay after the Bucs placed Lawrence Tynes on the reserve/non-football illness list.Fantasy Spin:Lindell nailed 21 of his 24 attempts last season but the longest kick he made was only from 50 yards out.
TAMPA, Fla. -- The wait to see Darrelle Revis play in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform could be in its final days.
On Friday, Bucs coach Greg Schiano said that the four-time Pro Bowl cornerback will play in the season opener against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium if no setbacks occur before Sept. 8.
"Yeah, like I've said all along ... as long as there are no setbacks...
Rian Lindell has bettered Derek Dimke in Tampa Bay's kicking competition, a source told FOX Sports.
Following his release by Buffalo earlier this month after 10 years there and 13 NFL seasons overall, Lindell was signed by the Buccaneers to press the untested Dimke during the preseason.
Lindell, 36, distanced himself from Dimke during Tampa Bay's preseason finale against...
TAMPA, Fla. Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano is staying quiet about the Lawrence Tynes situation.
Schiano was cautious Monday about asked if he has regrets about the way the team has handled the veteran kicker, who is trying to recover from MRSA, a serious staph infection. Last Saturday, Tynes was placed on the reservenon-football injury list and the Bucs agreed to pay...
It's hard enough to tackle anyone in the National Football League. The average American could only dream of bringing down a ball carrier.
But what about the thought of bringing two guys to the ground?
Well, Washington Redskins linebacker Rob Jackson did exactly that Thursday night when he took down Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon and offensive lineman Mike...