Bucs wrap up game simulation at RayJay; Vincent injured
The Bucs just wrapped up a game simulation at Raymond James Stadium, with assistant coaches working from the skyboxes and players shuttling in and out from the sidelines.
The intention was to re-familiarize players with game-like situations, something they don't always get on the practice field at One Buc Place where coaches are just a few feet away.
The workout was largely uneventful, but there was one injury of note. Guard Keydrick Vincent suffered what appeared to be a sprained right ankle and had to leave practice. Trainers had him ice the ankle until the end of practice, when Vincent was able to walk to the team buses. It did not appear to be particularly serious, but coach Raheem Morris wasn't available to comment specifically.