Couple Of Injured Bucs Making Their Way Back To Practice

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians met with the media on Monday following the team's practice. And with the third preseason game coming up on Friday against the Cleveland Browns, Arians informed the media that he has nothing set in stone when it comes to how long the starters will play in the game that's regarded as a dress rehearsal for the upcoming season.

Arians also discussed the injury status of offensive players including wide receiver Mike Evans & running back Ronald Jones II, both nursing minor knee injuries. Both players did not practice on Monday but are not expected to miss significant time. Arians was unable to confirm whether either would play on Friday.

Arians did state that rookie wide receiver Scotty Miller, who has missed the first two preseason games & offensive lineman Ruben Holcomb both returned to practice. Miller, who is a player that the head coach has been wanting to get off the sidelines, is expected to battle for the team's fifth wide receiver spot.

As you can see below, Arians expressed that Miller has a good deal of making up to do.


Click below to hear the full interview with Arians



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