Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown suffered an ankle sprain in last Thursday’s 28-22 win over the Eagles in Philadelphia and missed Wednesday’s practice. Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians broke the news following practice.

Brown was seen getting his ankle worked on by trainers on the sideline during the Thursday night game, but was able to finish.

“Sprained ankle,” Arians said.

Brown had nine catches for 93 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles. He has 29 catches for 418 yards and four touchdowns on the season.

Brown was one of several Bucs to miss Wednesday’s practice.

 

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fredster
fredster
8 months ago

That sucks hopefully not bad. Out of all Bucs injuries lately the Levonte high ankle has me worried most. We need him to make a run later in the year for sure. Having CB Davis back would make this defense better over night too.

Eddie
Eddie
8 months ago

Maybe time to look at the physical training department of the Bucs. Can they make the player stronger to cut down on these injuries

76Buc
76Buc
Reply to  Eddie
8 months ago

Not stronger. Brady would say more pliable.