The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are running out of healthy offensive linemen.
Per ESPN’s Jenna Laine Bucs guard Aaron Stinnie suffered a torn ACL and MCL after coming off the field Saturday night. He started the match at right back before switching to the left in the second half.
Stinnie played in six games last season and has played in 12 the last two years.
Bucs fans are starting to worry that Tom Brady won’t have good protection once he returns to the team.
“Tom Brady’s offensive line is one of the top 3 stories in this NFC that no one is talking about,” tweeted Jason McIntrye.
The Bucs have had some brutal luck on their line over the past few months. Center Ryan Jensen is likely done for the year after suffering a knee injury and this comes after losing both starting guards.
Ali Marpet retired and Alex Cappa signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
We’ll have to see if general manager Jason Licht makes a trade for some offensive line help.