PHILADELPHIA — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ secondary — already ravaged by accidents and lacking three starters — was dealt one other powerful blow Thursday evening, with cornerback Richard Sherman sustaining a hamstring harm early within the first quarter towards the Philadelphia Eagles and formally out for the rest of the sport.
It was Sherman’s third sport in 12 days, after signing with the Buccaneers on Sept. 29 after not taking part in or training in 288 days. He performed all however one snap in his first sport on the New England Patriots, however admittedly mentioned he wasn’t in full soccer form.
He was changed by Dee Delaney.
The Bucs misplaced beginning cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting, who additionally serves as their nickelback, in Week 1 to an elbow dislocation. Then in Week 3, they misplaced third cornerback Jamel Dean (who has since returned) to a knee harm. In Week 4, they misplaced prime cornerback Carlton Davis to a quad harm. Then with two drives left towards the Patriots in Week 4, security Antoine Winfield Jr. sustained a concussion. Each Murphy-Bunting and Davis are on injured reserve with no timetable for a return.
Counting tonight, Bucs defensive backs have missed a mixed 11 video games this season. Sherman’s signing was supposed to offer them aid. To make issues worse, the Bucs are taking part in towards the Eagles with out inside linebacker Lavonte David, their greatest linebacker in protection.
https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/32402486/tampa-bay-buccaneers-cb-richard-sherman-hamstring-exits-early-vs-philadelphia-eagles | Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Richard Sherman (hamstring) exits early vs. Philadelphia Eagles