Beat Writer & Videographer
After missing two games due to a pelvic injury, the Bucs placed defensive tackle Brian Price on injured reserve.
Defensive tackle Brian Price’s rookie campaign will be ending prematurely. Due to a pelvic fractuce the Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed Price on injured reserve.
Price, who was a second-round pick (35th overall) out of UCLA in the 2010 NFL Draft, missed the last two games because of a pelvic injury. The 6-foot-1, 303-pound Price had six tackles with one tackle for a loss in five games this season.
The Buccaneers now have three defensive tackles on the roster with Gerald McCoy, Roy Miller, and Ryan Sims. Sims and newly acquired Alex Magee, who can play defense tackle and end, will now see more snaps with Price out for the season.
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