Davin Joseph: Surgery Revealed at Tampa Bay Buccaneers OTA

May 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Funny thing about those "voluntary" practices called Organized Team Activities, you find things out that perhaps had been kept quiet over at One Buccaneer Palace.
The Buccaneers' first round of OTAs got off to a rainy start Monday and starting guard Davin Joseph wasn't on the field. 
The reason?
Seems Joseph had a recent, undisclosed, surgery.
Pewter Report was taking roll on Monday and along with Joseph, other absentees included Kellen Winslow, Donald Penn, Derrick Ward, Jeremy Zuttah, Roy Miller, Mario Urrutia, and rookie Brian Price.
Urrutia has a boot on one of his feet, Miller is recovering from a hamstring injury, and Price cannot attend practices until the semester is over at UCLA.
Other than those players, the Bucs put in their first of three days of practice.
Penn was expected to skip this and perhaps the rest of the OTAs as he has not signed his restricted free agent tender offer that would pay him over $3 million this season.

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