Richard Sherman will be active on Sunday

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Cornerback Richard Sherman joined the Buccaneers earlier this week and he’s set to be in the lineup for the team’s road game against the Patriots this weekend.

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said on Friday that Sherman will be active for the Week Four matchup with New England. Arians indicated that Sherman would only be up if the team’s injury situation made it necessary and that’s turned out to be the case.

Jamel Dean has been ruled out for Sunday because of the knee injury that limited him in practice this week. The team is also without Sean Murphy-Bunting and the state of the cornerback group led the team to sign Sherman in the first place.

Arians also said that running back Giovani Bernard is out because of his knee injury. Tight end Rob Gronkowski (ribs) and outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder) are set to be game-time calls after returning to practice Friday.

14 responses to “Richard Sherman will be active on Sunday

  1. He was below average last time we saw him. Imagine how slow he is now after sitting for so long. This tells us just how bad Tampa’s defensive backfield is.

  2. Plus or minus 1.5 taunting penalties involving the sherminator, whether is comes from him or the opponent.

  3. So he just goes straight back onto the field with no consequences for his “momentary lapse of judgement”. There’s just no consistency in the NFL personal conduct policy.

  4. Man, all the luck We had with the lack of injuries last year disappear this season, at this point half of the team will be injured by November.

  5. This will be the worst Superbowl to Toiletbowl team in history. Bucs go 8-9 this year.

  6. chillyball says:
    October 1, 2021 at 5:20 pm
    This will be the worst Superbowl to Toiletbowl team in history. Bucs go 8-9 this year.
    Broncos were 6-10 (last place) year after winning SB 33

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