The Bucs aren’t calling Antonio Bryant’s inability to practice Thursday a setback, but the Tampa media thinks otherwise.
According to the Tampa Tribune they believe Bryant’s knee, which had surgery in August to repair a torn meniscus has indeed suffered a setback.
Tampa head coach Raheem Morris is not ready to go that far. It could be in an effort to maintain a competitive advantage for Sunday’s game with Bryant being the team’s number one receiver. But after practicing on a limited basis Wednesday and then not practicing at all Thursday combined with being forced to leave last Sunday’s game early due to “knee fatigue” is not adding up to something positive.
It’ll be interesting to see how he’s listed for Sunday’s game on the injury report Friday.
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