Noah Spence Injury: Updates on Buccaneers DE’s Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

January 11, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Noah Spence underwent surgery Wednesday to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder that he suffered Oct. 2, according to ESPN.com's Jenna Laine.
Continue for updates. 
Spence's Surgery a Success Wednesday, Jan. 11 Spence took to Twitter following the procedure to announce the surgery was successful:
According to Laine, "It is unclear at this point how much he'll be able to participate in the team's offseason program," since the organization has yet to announce an official timetable for recovery. 
In addition to tearing the labrum, Spence also reportedly suffered a dislocated right shoulder on Oct. 2 and again in Week 17, when he played through the injury. 
"It didn't feel good," he said of trying to reset the shoulder himself, according to Laine. "I knew it was the last game, and I just wanted to give it all for my team. So I did. I wasn't going out. … I love these guys. I was going to put al...

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