Antonio Brown is still injured and will not play against Colts

Besides Brown, there are other players, like catcher Mike Evans who are in doubt.

TAMPA, Fla. – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will again lose Antonio Brown when they travel to face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, the coach said Friday. Bruce Arians.

“The only one out for this game is Antonio Brown. We will have some guys that will be integrated, they will train and we will see how they feel. “

Brown is still dealing with an ankle injury that has prevented him from playing and practicing since Week 6. Sources mentioned Adam schefter from ESPN which would initially be a six week injury.

Players he refers to when it comes to “wait and see” include inside linebacker Devin White, left guard Ali Marpet, wide receiver Mike Evans and nose tackle Vita Vea.

From WhiteArians, possibly one of the Bucs’ best defenders and keys to helping neutralize the best running back in the NFL, Jonathan Taylor, Arians noted: “(He’s) very excited. He’s one of those guys we’ll wait and see. “

White suffered a quadriceps injury in the final moments of the “Monday Night Football” over the New York Giants and missed Wednesday’s practice before making a limited return on Thursday.

Evans, who achieved the Bucs franchise record of 72 touchdown receptions at the MNF, has a back injury and missed Wednesday and Thursday practices, but was on the field with his teammates on Friday. open to the media.

“It looked good,” Arians pointed out.

See suffered a knee sprain in Washington in Week 10 and he missed Monday’s game, but was able to practice this week on a limited basis. “He made steady progress,” Arians stressed. “We will see how it is in the warm-ups “.

Marpet suffered an abdominal injury on Monday, and although he did not train on Wednesday or Thursday of this week, Arians said: “It will be a decision at the time of the game.”

On a positive note, tight end Rob Gronkowski, who saw his first real action against the Giants since suffering broken ribs and a punctured lung in Week 3, practiced fully this week and felt no residual effects from the injury.

“Okay. He had a good week of practice,” Arians said.