It looks like the Bucs get some more bad news as the veteran offensive lineman Aaron Stinnie suffered a severe injury, leading the Buccaneers to another significant loss to the team’s offensive line.
According to Greg Auman, Aaron Stinnie has torn his MCL and ACL, which will result in him being placed on the injured reserve and his season being over. With the offensive line in dire straights, it will only be obvious that the team must now track down some additions to the line.
The Buccaneers have been bombarded by the injury bug, early and often, and this definitely will add to the worry lines on many Buccaneers’ fan’s faces. I wouldn’t freak out just yet, as Licht and company surely have a plan in place.
I can confirm that Bucs guard Aaron Stinnie tore the ACL and MCL in his left knee last night, which means he'll go on injured reserve and be done for the season. Was competing for starting left guard job, adds to Bucs' OL injury problems. @JennaLaineESPN was on it first.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) August 21, 2022