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Myron Lewis, Brian Price return to Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got some good news on the injury front today, as CB Myron Lewis (hamstring) and DT Brian Price (pelvis) were back at practice this afternoon.

Lewis only participated in the individual drills session, while Price practiced. Morris said there's a chance Lewis will play Saturday against the Dolphins.

*Morris also said they're on schedule to have TE Kellen Winslow and WR Arrelious Benn play in Saturday's game. For Benn, it will be his exhibition debut this season after coming off left knee surgery.

"It's been hard to hold (Benn) off the field the last couple weeks," Morris said. "Held him out sometimes because of bad weather, didn't want him to slip on some rainy field, and have an issue again. But he's been looking great. He's looked powerful, he's looked strong. Will be fun to get those guys out there, get all that speed back into our offense. Really it's been something that you've been missing...Rejus really brings that speed burst to us, that downfield threat."

Myron Lewis, Brian Price return to Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice 08/23/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 3:56pm]
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