Mike Evans Returns To Practice In Full Pads (Video)

August 1st, 2019

When last seen, stud Bucs receiver Mike Evans was being carted off a sunny practice field at One Buc Palace, where Tuesday onlookers could hear him express his pain and hold his gut.

Things are definitely looking up this evening as the Bucs came out to practice at 6:30 p.m. inside the Glazer Shed.

Evans is in full pads and grinding through drills at what appears to be his normal work rate. Was it just cramps that got him the other day? It sure seems like it.

Here’s a quick video look at Evans’ return.

10 Responses to “Mike Evans Returns To Practice In Full Pads (Video)”

  1. Bird Says:

    Give him the day off
    He’s earned it

  2. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    We going to be great!

  3. Buccaroo Says:

    I say keep Mike fresh. He can do the VR training and master the playbook. He must stay healthy.

  4. tmaxcon Says:

    the smart play for evans is to milk any injury and sit out until he can escape the black hole that is tampa bay buccaneer football. all REAL mike Evans fans that want him to win and realize that will be impossible in tampa.

  5. Pelbuc61 Says:

    Why so many indoor practices in air conditioning? They should be outside in the heat, humidity and rain which will be more realistic game conditions not to mention the physical conditioning needed for the heat.

  6. B-Rad Says:

    No one was worried chicken little.. Arians said it was cramps why would we think the worse, like you .. and Jameis looks better too even though you were ready to cut him after one practice…

  7. Buc believer Says:

    Glad to see the Midol helped

  8. rhenry Says:

    @pelbuc, I went to Tuesday’s practice and took a look at the indoor facility and noticed it was not air conditioned. A security guard told me coach Arians wanted it turned off during practice. It was about the same temperature as outside.

  9. diggler Says:

    Bird Says:
    August 1st, 2019 at 7:21 pm
    Give him the day off
    He’s earned it

    ^^^For real I don’t want to see 13 until Game 1 REGULAR SEASON!

  10. Anthony Dickson Says:

    Uh-Oh! I sure hope it’s not a sign of a sports hernia. I had to deal with one myself, felt like a massive stomach cramp that eventually led to surgery.