The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without beginning outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul and kick returner Jaydon Mickens for Sunday’s game at the Los Angeles Rams, coach Bruce Arians reported Friday.
He additionally called wide collector Antonio Brown, who was set on the save/COVID-19 list recently, “very questionable,” despite the fact that it’s far-fetched he will play. Brown would should be totally asymptomatic for 24 hours and finish two COVID-19 tests 24 hours separated before he’d be allowed to travel, per NFL rules.
Pierre-Paul has been dealing with hand and shoulder injuries. Mickens has been managing a stomach injury. Neither rehearsed for the current week. New kid on the block first-round draft pick Joe Tryon-Shoyinka, whom the Bucs chose with the 32nd-generally speaking select from Washington, will get his first NFL start, having served in a rotational job in the initial two games.
Mickens’ physical issue might prepare for newbie wide recipient Jaelon Darden, a fourth-round draft choose from North Texas, to see his first NFL action.
Arians did communicate idealism that Brown, alongside reinforcement inside linebacker/unique groups skipper Kevin Minter, could return one week from now, when the Bucs travel to Foxborough to play the New England Patriots in one of the most expected matchups of the period for the whole league.
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