After missing practice on Tuesday and Wednesday, Bucs’ head coach Bruce Arians gave an update on the team’s Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Evans.

“The only person not practicing was Mike Evans,” Arians said to start his post-practice press conference on Wednesday.

“It’s day-to-day,” Arians said. “We’ll see how it goes.”

Arians followed the questions up by stating that Evans is currently dealing with a soft tissue injury, but wouldn’t elaborate further. Pewter Report will give an update on Evans’ status when the Bucs’ injury report is released.

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ScottC543
ScottC543
1 year ago

Say it ain’t so!

BullDogJohnny
BullDogJohnny
Reply to  ScottC543
1 year ago

One would hope, with all the hamstring issues from last year, this would not still be an issue. I think that’s why they kept Godwin from running on the indoor turf. A draft pick with a hammy is one thing. But if was me, I’d of brought in a yoda hammy master in right after we put both our top WR’s on IR last year.

DannyC
DannyC
1 year ago

I hope is not a hamstring.

drdneast
drdneast
1 year ago

Another hamstring?

buddah
buddah
Reply to  drdneast
1 year ago

The hamstring is not a soft tissue.
Most likely it is a back issue. Mike is a gamer. I doubt if he will miss this one.

aStrayPirate
aStrayPirate
1 year ago

I’m hoping this is just BA throwing some uncertainty at the Saints and he’s just letting Mike get some well deserved rest before the opener.

rocky
rocky
1 year ago

It’s selfish but I want mike Evans to be the first receiver ever to have 7 straight 1,000 yard seasons. I hope he’s okay and contributing.

With that said I’m confident in our receivers and tight ends to get eh job done still against a talented saints group.

Can you ever imagine a scenario from before where Evans could miss week one and the sky WOULDNT be falling. Excited for this team and this run

BigSombrero
BigSombrero
1 year ago

Gameplan on offense remains the same: Short safe passes to backs and tight ends, plenty of handoffs, and 3-4 passing attempts of 20+ yards.

Let the defense and special teams carry Brady’s Bucs to a win.

ScottC543
ScottC543
Reply to  BigSombrero
1 year ago

Bite me. Scotty Miller is going to have at least one long TD reception.

Captain Sly
Captain Sly
Reply to  BigSombrero
1 year ago

Yeah yeah yeah who needs 1300 yds 8 td’s anyways. In fact we ought to trade Mike Evans to NE for Edelman so we could pair him with Scotty Miller. Eyes Rolling

Knightrider79
Knightrider79
1 year ago

Soft tissue? Sounds like a bruise

Toucan
Toucan
1 year ago

Once a person has a hamstring issue it does not disappear.It is a continuing maintenance issue

awwdembucs
awwdembucs
Reply to  Toucan
1 year ago

Absolutely true. It can Take months or years for hamstrings to heal.