Cade Otton Returns To Practice; Logan Hall Injured A Groin

September 28th, 2022

Rookie tight end Cade Otton.

The Bucs were back at practice today in the Dolphins’ indoor practice structure, similar to the Glazer Shed in Tampa.

Joe saw boring, raw footage provided by the team and rookie tight end Cade Otton was back on the practice field. The team didn’t release official word but there were reports elsewhere of Otton missing practice last week and Sunday’s game because his mother passed away.

The only new name on the injury report is shining rookie defensive tackle Logan Hall. He was limited in practice today with a groin injury.

Donovan Smith was testing his hyper-extended elbow again and was limited in practice. Smith was injured in Week 1 against Dallas and has missed the past two games.

23 Responses to “Cade Otton Returns To Practice; Logan Hall Injured A Groin”

  1. Elita Vita Says:

    (Spoken to the “tune” “Marsha, Marsha, Marsha):
    Injuries injuries injuries)!

  2. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Hamstrings, goin pulls, all preventable!

  3. DrunkinYbor Says:

    @Listnfrmafar…. Hamstring and groin pulls are NOT preventable. Thats bizarre to say that kind sir. Ankle sprains, sore shoulders, bicep strains it’s all part of sport. Also I’d like extra credit for spelling your user name correctly

  4. BucfaninMi Says:

    What’s all this about the jumbo tron operator putting the camera on Brady’s tablet? And giving away the last couple plays?

  5. Stanglassman Says:

    It was just that. A line line Camera guy showed the last two plays on Brady’s tablet over the Jumbotron. Rogers saw it and passed it on to their coach. If it was a honest mistake it would be irresponsible. Or was it purposely done? This needs to be investigated.
    Leftwich and Bowles needs to be more careful too. My brother has been coaching football and I watch the Saints game with him and he knew 95% of the plays. He said he could read the play sheet some times, read their lips and that the formations gave it away on other plays. I’m not saying he knew run or pass. He knew the exact formations on defense and called the hole on runs and knew the pass routs and primary Wr. He said the Bucs were the easiest to read.

  6. Kyle Says:

    The injuries are getting to be ridiculous

  7. Kyle Says:

    Prayers and love to all down there in ft Myers area.. looks awful

  8. SPARKY Says:

    Everybody stay safe and be careful down there in Florida. Praying for ya.

  9. captivajim Says:

    wonder IF we will ever hear who was the jumbotron operator and why it was done !!!
    that is outrageous on HOME FIELD……people need to be fired & maybe sued if they had a bet on the game !!!

  10. David Says:

    Hopefully Smith can go.
    Hall has been impressive, hopefully it’s very minor

  11. Bojim Says:

    The dreaded groin

  12. Crickett Baker Says:

    If you look around in Tampa you will see many houses almost a century old and many that are over 50. They have withstood many hurricanes that were 150mph winds. I have been in a lot of them including living in a tent on a key off Islamorada when a big one hit and another in Tampa with the eye right over the city. We even used to have hurricane parties. As long as you don’t live in a trailer and don’t mind getting wet there isn’t much to be really worried about.

  13. Jamais Vu Says:

    A major hurricane has not hit Tampa in 100 years so those hurricane parties were definitely not 150 MPH winds.

  14. gp Says:

    Thumbing your nose at mother nature is generally a bad idea in events such as this.
    That said, yes I will have another, thank you!

    Drink responsibly.

  15. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Thoughts and prayers with Cade Otton…..

  16. Defense Rules Says:

    Crickett Baker … ‘As long as you don’t live in a trailer and don’t mind getting wet there isn’t much to be really worried about.’

    I’ve helped with recovery efforts after a number of major hurricanes, including Charlie here in 2004, Katrina in Louisiana & Mississippi in 2005, & Ike in Galveston, TX in 2008. You’ve just been lucky apparently Crickett; they weren’t. Those were all catastrophic storms that cost many their lives. Folks don’t need people like you giving them bad advice.

  17. ElioT Says:

    Fantastic insight.

  18. Crunchbuc Says:

    Our female strength and conditioning staff is killing this team

  19. Salman .. Says:

    22 Year Young Logan, tough, prime athletic condition, well trained, in great physical shape, well coahed, well warmed up … AND Groin ???
    Surely not fitting .. Surely preventable.

  20. Goatfarmer Says:

    Is Geezella in Jamaica? Does she have voodoo dolls of the Bucs players, mangling them and chanting sorcery? At this point I would believe it.

  21. BucsfanFred Says:

    I stood outside in the street during Charlie. WOW! Had to stand hunched over or it would knock you down. Charle knocked down part of the strip mall I used to work in. I worked selling and repairing computers at Millennium Systems right next to Beef O’Brady’s. Part of the wall was where they had their Hall of Flame was knocked down
    I came back in from the storm cuz I was freezing.
    This one isn’t nearly as intense, but apparently it’s gonna go on all day. Just now lost power. That sux. I hear transformers blowing in the distance so I guess I’ve got lots of company. It’s really not so windy tonight. Not like some others. No howling. No downed trees

  22. Coburn Says:

    Injured a groin? Who’s ground did he injure? Oh his own? Hopefully hear ready come Sunday.. already down hicks

  23. Wild Bill Says:

    Some guys have issues with tight muscles, etc. They need to be careful with their warmup routines before going all out. Older pros know that and are more careful. Young studs think they are invincible. Training staff should be really emphasizing this.