Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles told reporters Saturday that WR Mike Evans, who left Friday's practice early with a hamstring injury, "is fine" and is day-to-day.
Certainly good news for Evans. He'll have plenty of time to rest. We're still a month away from the Buccaneers' first game on September 11 against the Cowboys and it was always very unlikely Evans, or many other Buccaneers starters, would play much, if at all, in the preseason. Evans is being selected, on average, in the top 20 picks overall as a top-8 wide receiver in what should be another Super-Bowl-or-bust season and what could be Tom Brady's final season.