Starters Return To Full Practice Participation

October 10th, 2019

Exhale, Bucs fans.

Ndamukong Suh (knee), Chris Godwin (hip) and Josh Wells officially returned to “full participation” in practice today at One Buc Palace before the Bucs fly out to England tonight.

Who is Josh Wells, you say? He’s the journeyman expected to start in place of hamstring-challenged (hamstrung?) right tackle Demar Dotson against the Panthers.

8 Responses to “Starters Return To Full Practice Participation”

  1. VisitorBuc Says:

    well done with the Hamstrung comment

  2. JimmyJack Says:

    Great news on Kong Suh. That would have been a huge blow. It’s really nice having DT #93 be a battle tested warrior who rarely misses games to injury.

    Nothing worse then entering a big game(or drive) and see one of your most critical players on the sidelines.

    Losing Dotson really doesn’t bother me. When we entered a big big drive on Sunday and he was seen laying bellyup while giving up a negative play to help us lose the game it was confirimation that this guy is doing more to help us lose games then he was to help win them. It would not surprise me one bit to learn that his injury was not very severe and one he could play through.

  3. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Let’s hope that Josh Wells doesn’t make us yearn for Demar….

  4. Nick Says:

    I have never thought of this ownership as being cheap. Why in the heck would you wait until tonight to fly to London? Should have left Tuesday and they would have been ready to go on Sunday.

  5. down in the dirt doug Says:


  6. TOM Says:

    I don’t see how Wells can be worse than Dotson. I have a feeling Dotson’s playing days may be over. Now just fix the LT position.

  7. Ptwalk Says:

    @Nick, it wasn’t the owner’s choice to have the team leave later, it was Arians. Heard him speak about it on his show.

  8. SOEbuc Says:

    Swingy Mc-Smith cant handle a good edge rusher or OLB from getting around him and the dumb ass Bucs gave him $40 million because he has a good health reputation. He could be a good, strong stand up RT that would likely jump less. Bring in Andrew Thomas (Georgia) to LT in the first or second round. That guy’s amazing man beast.