|Oct. 16 2:40 PM PT3:40 PM MT4:40 PM CT5:40 PM ET21:40 GMT5:40 AM 北京时间2:40 PM MST4:40 PM EST4:40 PM CT1:40 UAE (+1)17:40 ET20:40 - Carl Nicks, one of three members of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who have been diagnosed with MRSA, has had surgery to get rid of the staph infection.
Analysis: Coach Greg Schiano said Wednesday that guard Carl Nicks had surgery Tuesday night and is doing well. The two-time All-Pro was diagnosed as having MRSA in a blister of the left side of his foot during training camp in August. He was treated with antibiotics and appeared in two regular season games before the Bucs announced last week that Nicks had a recurrence.
|Aug. 22 1:15 PM PT2:15 PM MT3:15 PM CT4:15 PM ET20:15 GMT4:15 AM 北京时间1:15 PM MST3:15 PM EST3:15 PM CT0:15 UAE (+1)16:15 ET19:15 - Tampa Bay players Carl Nicks and Lawrence Tynes are being treated for MRSA infections. The cases were diagnosed last week while the Bucs were in New England holding joint practices with the Patriots before a preseason game.
Analysis: General manager Mark Dominik confirms Thursday that guard Nicks has an infected blister on the side of his left foot and kicker Tynes has an infected toe on his right foot. The entire roster was informed of the infections Monday. The Bucs said they know where Nicks and Tynes, who did not travel to New England, were exposed to MRSA, a staph infection that is resistant to some antibiotics.
|Aug. 19 11:24 AM PT12:24 PM MT1:24 PM CT2:24 PM ET18:24 GMT2:24 AM 北京时间11:24 AM MST1:24 PM EST1:24 PM CT22:24 UAE14:24 ET17:24 - Darrelle Revis and Davin Joseph took steps forward Monday on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' injury front. Carl Nicks took a step back on his troublesome left foot.
Analysis: Nicks, the starting guard who missed the second half of last season with a lingering injury on his left big toe, has developed a blister on the same foot. It is infected, and Nicks could not practice Monday.
|Aug. 15 3:12 PM PT4:12 PM MT5:12 PM CT6:12 PM ET22:12 GMT6:12 AM 北京时间3:12 PM MST5:12 PM EST5:12 PM CT2:12 UAE (+1)18:12 ET21:12 - Nicks is looking forward to playing his first game since missing the last nine in 2012 with a toe injury, and that could happen Friday night when the Buccaneers play the New England Patriots in an exhibition game.
Analysis: Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano says he won't be overly cautious in deciding whether to use the former All-Pro against the Patriots. He says he wants to see how Nicks feels before making a decision.