Ali Marpet Returns To Practice

November 11th, 2020

Encouraging news on the official Buccaneers injury report, the first of this week leading up to Sunday’s Panthers-Bucs game.

Starting left guard Ali Marpet participated in “limited” capacity. He’s still listed on the report with a “concussion” but returning to practice is a positive step in the league’s protocol to return players after a documented traumatic brain injury, aka “concussion.”

No Buccaneers players skipped practice today because of injury. Several got the limited designation and Rob Gronkowski sat out practice but his non-participation was listed as not injury related.

Yes, the Bucs are rather healthy. That’s a great thing in Week 10 with a bye week still on the horizon.

Now go out and beat a weak three-win Panthers team so fans can feel all those postseason vibes again.

6 Responses to “Ali Marpet Returns To Practice”

  1. SOEbuc Says:

    On offense, the loss of Ali was the biggest thing. Another boss OT in the first or the second and get a young line prepared for a QB some time in the near future.

  2. Allbuccedup Says:

    I agree SOEbuc!

  3. 813bucboi Says:

    marpet got pushed around week1….

    he mightve prevented 1 or 2 pressures but their were dozens….

    GO BUCS!!!!

  4. Craig Says:

    The loss of Marpet was devastating. The line fell apart without him.

    The Bucs need to address that next season, see if they can find some good backups. O-line is hard to draft, but they need to try. LT early and a couple more in later rounds, too late to do anything now, they have to learn to live with it.

  5. Buczilla Says:

    Thank goodness.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Nah. We would have been suck whether Ali was in the lineup or not. We might be a pretender team. I’ll just wait and see if the wheels come off as usual or this team can recover.