Antonio Brown ruled out for Buccaneers-Colts

NFL: OCT 14 Buccaneers at Eagles
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The Buccaneers will be without receiver Antonio Brown for at least another week.

Head coach Bruce Arians told reporters at his Friday press conference that Brown is the only player Tampa Bay has ruled out for Sunday’s matchup against Indianapolis.

Brown hasn’t played since Week Six, when he had six catches for 93 yards with a touchdown in the 28-22 victory. He has 29 receptions for 418 yards with four TDs this season.

Arians also noted that guard Ali Marpet will be a game-time decision for Sunday and that receiver Scotty Miller has a chance to play on Sunday. Miller was activated off injured reserve to the active roster earlier this week. He’s been out since playing against the Rams in Week Three with a toe injury.

Receiver Mike Evans (back) and linebacker Devin White (quad) have a chance to play, but their game statuses will be released with Tampa Bay’s injury report later on Friday.

7 responses to “Antonio Brown ruled out for Buccaneers-Colts

  1. Hopefully this is the last stop for AB. The next is out on the street causing more havoc to people he comes bro contact with.

  2. Colts will get railroaded by terrible calls all game long. Already know it is coming. Brady refs will bail him out again as always. Indianapolis is used to being screwed by the refs in multiple games this year. Robbed more than any team in the league by far

  3. The ankle’s fine. BA doesn’t want to play AB, isn’t going to play him, and will cut him as soon as the season’s over.

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