After a day off on Sunday, the Bucs were back at training camp practice on Monday in full pads for one of the hottest days to date so far in camp.
As they usually do, the first scrimmage period the Bucs ran was the 1-minute drill with no timeouts for the offense. The team had to go 60 yards to get to the end zone and the extra twist in today’s practice was that they had to score a touchdown, they couldn’t settle for a field goal.
The first team offense got close, but not close enough, as the throw shown above to tight end O.J. Howard left them just yards shy of six points and the clock running to zero.
The second-team offense also didn’t finish the job.
Photo Courtesy Of Pat Donovan