Gerald McCoy “Probably” Out For The Season

December 12th, 2010

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Bucs coach Raheem Morris was just speaking live on the Bucs radio network following the Bucs improbable win over the Redskins when he offered some dire news.

It appears defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is lost for the season with a torn bicep.

When asked about GMC’s status, Raheem said that GMC was “probably” lost for the season but added that GMC will be evaluated by doctors when the Bucs return home from Washington.

Naturally this is terrible news for the Bucs. On a team riddled with injuries, another starter couldn’t afford to be lost.

The Bucs, it appears, lost another key element.

Damn, Joe is bummed.

15 Responses to “Gerald McCoy “Probably” Out For The Season”

  1. Gavster Says:

    if we make it through all this. Coty is looking like its raheems for the taking


    no doubt!

  3. ChallengerDeep Says:

    The severity of these injuries is killer. Can’t we trade a torn muscle for a good, old-fashioned ankle sprain? It seems like all of our injuries are season-ending in nature?

  4. Canadabuc Says:

    Not good news moving forward. Also hear quincy black has a broken forearm. Detroit is gonna be a tough game next weekend.

  5. Bucfanjeff Says:

    What is the injury? I saw him walking off the field ok, so it’s not a leg I assume.

  6. Bucfanjeff Says:

    Found it…torn biceps – yep, he’s done.

  7. gitarlvr Says:

    well par for the course. When it rains it pours. The silver lining is that these backup tackles are going to be well seasoned and be excellent rotational players by the time GMC and Price are back on the field.

  8. Truebuc Says:

    Raheem Morris is COTY hands down!!!!! Go bucs.

  9. RustyRhino Says:

    they are good Tackles as well not just sub par players…

  10. JDouble Says:

    Time to promote Doug Worthington!

  11. Leroy Buttermilk Says:

    every week someone goes down for the year. This is terrible news another great second half though even allowing a team five downs to score the Buccaneers still won

  12. tj Says:

    That hurts saw worthington at Ohio state he is a oversized de that does not do anything special

  13. Capt.Tim Says:

    The Lose of both McCoy and Talib is really just devastating at this point. Losing McCoy and Talib rips the heart out of the Line and the Secondary. Those two are the difference makers for their unit. They are are the two the opposing Coach had to plan for! Guess Woods and Miller slide to the 3 spot, and Okam and Worthington will man the Nose. NOT what we needed at this point, as McCoy had become a real force ! I think this will be difficult for Raheem to overcome. He has been simply brilliant so far in replacing injured players. But McCoy can’t be replaced by anyone else on our roster! The 3 spot is the Keystone to our D! Meybe best option is to play Michael Bennett at the 3! He looked good there today, but his lack of size us gonna become obvious as teams plan for him there. Also lost Quincy Black for the Season. Heyward and Watson will cover for him. Hope Raheem/Dominck can find one more Diamond On somebody elses practice squad, or The Loss of McCoy will prove a critical loss!

  14. Tuggz Says:

    what is that, losing 7 starters in 3 games?

  15. Dave Says:


    1. Learning alot about the depth

    2. The draft picks might be getting better 🙂