The Detroit Lions used a fourth-round draft pick on Ronnell Lewis last year.
Rather, they wasted one.
Lewis, an undersized 6-foot-2, 253-pound defensive end, is one of four players released Sunday by the Lions to cut their roster to 80 players. The club must trim down to 75 by Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The other players who failed to make the most recent cut were safety Chris Hope, cornerback...
The injury bug does not seem to be leaving the Buccaneers’ locker room anytime soon. The team announced Monday they have placed Myron Lewis on the season ending injured reserve.
The team also announced they have waived wide receiver David Gilreath and were awarded guard Hayworth Hicks off of waiver from Kansas City.
Here is the information from the team:
Since being drafted by...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went into last Sunday's season opener against the Carolina Panthers down three cornerbacks. E.J. Biggers, who was Tampa Bay's nickel corner last season, is still nursing a foot injury. Anthony Gaitor injured his hamstring a week ago and still needs time to heal.
But the third corner that was inactive – Myron Lewis – was a healthy scratch....
Cornerback Myron Lewis is as puzzled as anyone about why his career is off to a painfully slow start with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The third-year pro battled nagging injuries that made it a struggle to get on the field the past two seasons, but he's confident he's on the verge of proving the team didn't make a mistake by drafting him in the third round.
Via AP on Fox
August 07, 2012
Part of the fun about holding a night practice for the general public to come out and watch is that the intensity level gets taken up a notch. Players run a little faster, hit a little harder, and play a little better when thousands of fans are out there cheering them on.
But part of the problem is that the chance for injuries increases as well.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting cornerback...