Foster, Rainey Among Inactive Buccaneers

December 7th, 2014

Bobby Rainey highlights the group. (Photo courtesy of

Here’s the full list for today’s game in Detroit:

WR Robert Herron
RB Bobby Rainey
LB Mason Foster
T Anthony Collins
TE Brandon Myers
TE A. Seferian-Jenkins
DT Clinton McDonald

Foster sure is the big surprise. He practiced this week but missed a little time due to the birth of his child. Joe sure hopes there was no medical complication there, or a team discipline issue.

Foster isn’t the kind of guy who ever wants to miss a snap, let alone a game.

8 Responses to “Foster, Rainey Among Inactive Buccaneers”

  1. DB55 Says:

    Lansanna’s big chance to eat steak. Go get’em boy. Sick’em sick’em.

  2. brandonbucsfan Says:

    Just a guess, but I’ll bet some of these guys would be playing if we were in the playoff hunt

  3. ufcguy Says:

    The condition coach need to be fired this is ridiculous.

  4. Buccfan37 Says:

    I don’t think ASJ has been healthy all season.

  5. JonBuc Says:

    ASJ may not be healthy…but at least he’s been disappointing. Good thing Tim Wright was shipped off!

  6. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Too soon to tell on ASJ……I think he will improve in his second year after participating in camp & eventually be a stud TE for us…..

    This actually may be the first game that I’m glad we have Luke Stocker!!!

  7. thegregwitul Says:

    Trading Tim Wright for Logan Mankins is the least of the Bucs concerns. They knew they were weak on the o-line and they appeared to be strong at TE, so they made the move, it’s that simple. Tom Brady isn’t on this roster, so I don’t lose sleep when Wright has a big game. ASJ has potential, but right now it’s just potential, but the team isn’t going anywhere this season with or without Wright, so hopefully ASJ is good to go and improved for 2015.

    For the most part, it’s never a smart thing to write off a rookie after one season, just like we as Buc fans need to slow our roll when it comes to hyping up a potential first year stud, since we saw what happened to Michael Clayton and Doug Martin. I have confidence in ASJ and especially Mike Evans though, I just hope Charles Sims can improve over time.

  8. OB Says:

    Before you can write off any receiver, you have to have a OL and a QB, which we are missing.