of buccaneers The offensive line suffered another injury setback.
offensive guard Aaron StinneyCarting off the field during Saturday night’s 13-3 preseason loss to Tennessee, he tore the anterior and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee. According to ESPN’s Jenna Lane.
The loss of Stinney, who was battling Luke Guedeke and Nick Leverett for the Bucks’ starting left guard spot, is the latest blow to an already devastated offensive line. Starting his center Ryan Jensen suffered a major knee injury early in training his camp, forcing him to be out indefinitely. All-Pro his right tackle Tristan Wirfs sustained diagonal tension during a joint training session with the Titans on Thursday.
Stinney is placed on the injured reserve list and will miss the season. According to Greg Orman of The Athletic.
Tampa Bay was already dealing with the loss of Pro Bowl guard Ali Murpet and the free agency exit of guard Alex Kappa.
Meanwhile, the Bucks received some good news on Sunday, learning that quarterback Tom Brady is expected to return to the team “soon.”
Other NFL Coverage:
- Bowles mentions if he’s ‘worried’ about Brady’s situation
- Giants star Saquon Barkley tired of criticism of his skills
- Panthers’ Matt Corral ‘likely’ suffers season-ending injury
- Bucs Gameday: Buccaneers offensive lineman was carted off the field against Titans
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