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Mike Garafolo reports that recent cultures taken from Buccaneers G Carl Nicks foot still show that he has an MRSA infection.
Garafolo adds that this is believed to be a reoccurrence of the infection.
Bucs GM Mark Dominik told FOX Sports that they have an infectious disease specialist working Nicks.
Nicks, 28, missed the first two games of the season after an MRSA infection broke out in the Buccaneers locker room. K Lawrence Tynes also contracted the infection.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports recently reported that three Bucs players also contracted staph infections around the same time as well.
These infections are very serious, so this could cost Nicks some more time this season. Things can’t get much worse for the Buc’s 2013 season as they are currently 0-4 and have already released their starting quarterback Josh Freeman.
We’ll have more regarding Nicks’ status as the news is available.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive guard Carl Nicks is struggling badly with mRSA and is back in the hospital again. Bucs general manager Mark Dominik says the team received confirmation Thursday that Nicks has MRSA again in the “same place, same location.” . Nicks had already missed most of training camp while recovering from surgery on […]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks is being treated for a recurrence of the MRSA infection in his left foot.
Bucs general manager Mark Dominik says the team received confirmation Thursday that Nicks has MRSA again in the ''same place, same location.'' .''
Nicks had already missed most of training camp while recovering from surgery on his left big toe...
Things are getting more and more serious for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with this MRSA issue and just as Carl Nick’s infection returns, another player now comes down with the infection. It is being reported by several media channels that another Bucs player has in fact contracted the MRSA virus. Source tells me that the Bucs may be dealing with another MRSA infection. Hope to have...
According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, cultures show that Buccaneers offensive lineman Carl Nicks is dealing with a recurrence of a MRSA staph infection. Filing to @FOXSports1: Cultures taken from Buccaneers G Carl Nicks are once again showing MRSA in his foot. Believed to be a reoccurrence. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 10, 2013 Bucs GM Mark Dominik tells @FOXSports1...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ training facility should be tented for bacteria like homes are tented for pests after Carl Nicks‘ MRSA infection has resurfaced.
Via Mark Cook of PewterReport.com, Bucs general manager Mark Dominik confirmed reports of Nicks getting MRSA all over again.
Reports that you heard (of Nicks dealing with MRSA) are accurate, that this is a recurrence of the...
The MRSA infection that sidelined Tampa Bay Buccaneers left guard Carl Nicks for the first two weeks of the season is back and threatening to take another chunk out of the Pro Bowler's career.
The Bucs learned Thursday that Nicks is suffering from what they said is a reoccurrence of the potentially lethal staph infection that developed on the outside of his left foot after a...
The MRSA infection of Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks has returned. General manager Mark Dominik told reporters on Thursday of the return of the infection in Nicks’ foot.
“This is a recurrence for Carl Nicks of the MRSA – same place, same location,” Dominik said. “From everything we’ve been told and understand, this does happen, which is why MRSA is a bacteria that...
TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks is battling MRSA once more.
The two-time Pro Bowl player has seen the serious staph infection develop in his left foot again, as reported by FOX Sports Insider Mike Garafolo on Thursday afternoon.
Bucs general manager Mark Dominik said the latest problem is in the same location that sidelined Nicks late in the preseason and in...
A potentially lethal staph infection was diagnosed in a third Tampa Bay Buccaneers player this week the team acknowledged Friday.
The latest discovery came on Thursday the same day left guard Carl Nicks learned he had a recurrence of his initial MRSA infection. Nicks and kicker Lawrence Tynes were diagnosed with MRSA infections in August.
MRSA is a type of staph bacteria that is...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced that a third player on their roster has contracted an MRSA infection.
The other two players that contracted MRSA are Lawrence Tynes and Carl Nicks.
A third Tampa Bay Buccaneers player has been diagnosed with a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection.
Duke Infection Control Outreach Network (DICON) Co-Director Dr. Deverick...
An outbreak of MRSA at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice facility could cause the postponement of Sunday's Eagles game at Raymond James Stadium.
According to a report, the NFLPA may advise the NFL to postpone the Philadelphia Eagles vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers game due to a MRSA outbreak at the Buccaneers facility pending the results of an MRSA containment report.
Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that another Buccaneers player has been diagnosed with an MRSA infection.
Stroud mentioned that Nicks, WR Mike Williams, and CB Johnthan Banks were not present during Friday’s practice.
Just yesterday, reports came out that G Carl Nicks has suffered a reoccurrence of the MRSA staph infection in his left foot.
Sunday’s Eagles-Buccaneers game could be postponed, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
The possible delaying of the contest is due to a MRSA outbreak on the Tampa Bay Squad.
Carl Nicks, Lawrence Tynes, and a 3rd unnamed player are the 3 members of the Bucs who have been diagnosed with MRSA. Schefter reports that the NFLPA could advise the teams to postpone the game until the spread...
Something is going on inside of the Tampa Bay Bucs locker room and it has nothing to do with team chemistry. CB Johnthan Banks is the third Bucs player to contracted MRSA. Guard Carl Nicks and kicker Lawrence Tynes still haven’t returned to the field because they are still dealing with symptoms of the antibiotic-resistant staph infection.
The Bucs don’t believe the two cases...
Following yesterday’s announcement that Sunday’s Eagles-Buccaneers game could be cancelled, reports are surfacing that the two teams will likely go ahead with the contest.
The controversy yesterday stemmed from the fact that the NFLPA will have problems with players being put in danger given the fact that 3 Buccaneers, cornerback Jonathan Banks, offensive lineman Carl Nicks...