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Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis was the early headliner of the 2013 free agency period.
The shutdown defender headed south after a stint in New York that ended with a potentially career-changing ACL injury.
Tampa Bay seemingly knows what they have in Revis and according to Bucs coach Greg Schiano, they are not taking any unnecessary risks by rushing him back into action.
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Preseason games are useful, but the Tampa Buccaneers probably wish their recovering stars were getting more use out of them.
Week 3 of the preseason will begin with Darrelle Revis, Carl Nicks, Davin Joseph and Lawrence Tynes still on the “proceed with caution” list.
Darrelle Revis’ recovery is going well, but as Tampa Bay Times writer...
This is where the preseason acts as sort of a trap. Josh Freeman has been the man in Tampa Bay for a few years now. As the incumbent starter it's natural that he doesn't play much in the preseason, and that his backup--Mike Glennon--does. Of course the more you play the more of a chance you are going to look good.
Tampa Bay QBs Josh Freeman (left) and Mike Glennon...
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Though the final score was not lit up to Tampa’s liking, the Bucs were able to get more positive production out of a few of their new faces.
Both teams had their starting units on the field for the majority of the first quarter, and Tom Brady showed the Bucs defense that they’re far from polished by completing all eight passes on the opening drive with...
Buccaneers running back Doug Martin was taken out of Friday night’s game against the Patriots after taking a knee to the head.
The initial reports were that Martin suffered a concussion. It was confirmed after the game that those reports were false.
Doug Martin did not sustain a concussion in today's game against the Patriots.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin exited last
night’s second preseason contest against the New England Patriots with a head
injury. While there was immediate concern of a concussion, head coach Greg
Schiano told reporters – including Rick Stroud of The Tampa Bay Times – after
the game that he believes Martin is “going to be fine.”
"I think Doug is going...
All eyes around the NFL turned to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’
second preseason game the other night against the New England Patriots when it began
being reported that running back Doug Martin exited the game with a head
injury. While there was initially a scare that the injury was
concussion-related, Martin told reporters after the game – including Stephen F. Holder of The Tampa...
Tim Tebow wants to be a pass-first quarterback, but his stat line against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the preseason was just plain awful.
Buccaneers running back Doug Martin said he passed all concussion tests and could have returned to the game had it been important.Fantasy Spin:Fantasy owners who have already drafted and were holding their breath as the top-five pick went down, may now exhale. Hopefully the Bucs' coaches will teach him how to pass block without using his head. Martin is set for another huge season...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Buccaneers suffered a loss during the first quarter of their preseason game with the Patriots on Friday night.
Buccaneers Pro Bowl running back Doug Martin took a knee to the head while pass protecting for quarterback Josh Freeman late in the first quarter. He spent some time talking with the Tampa Bay training staff before being taken back to the locker room...
In Friday night’s game against the New England Patriots, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued to struggle in a number of facets. They couldn’t protect their quarterback, said quarterback was slow getting rid of the ball and despite covering mostly no-name players, they were still picked apart by Tom Brady. Although the Bucs nearly came back to win the game, there is still much...