TAMPA — Bucs rookie running back Ke’Shawn Vaughn on Monday revisited the feeling of catching his first NFL touchdown — on his first NFL reception — from the GOAT, Tom Brady.Vaughn’s catch was big. It gave the Bucs the go-ahead score after they rallied from a 17-point, second-quarter deficit to beat the Chargers, 38-31. With Leonard Fournette, LeSean McCoy and Kenjon Barner all injured, Vaughn was one of just two healthy running backs for the Bucs.And after Vaughn pounded into the end zone for the score, Brady was there to greet him, embracing him and lifting him into the air.“I love you, Sneak," Vaughn said Brady told him.Sneak?It’s the nickname Vaughn preferred to be called by, given to him by his dad when he was a kid.“I asked (my dad) why he called me that, and he said he occasionally saw me sneaking the snacks out of the cabinet and stuff late at night,” Vaughn said. “And I kind of understand, because I still go downstairs late at night and get me a little snack or something to drink sometimes.”What is Sneak’s snack of choice?“I like to switch it up sometimes, but for the most part I like oatmeal pies. That’s one of my favorites.”With a COVID-19 outbreak hitting the Tennessee Titans, along with two of Sunday’s games being postponed —- besides Titans-Steelers, the Patriots-Chiefs game was moved to Monday night after players on both teams, including Pats quarterback Cam Newton tested positive — there’s been talk of playing postseason games in a bubble.Major League Baseball is playing its playoff rounds in a bubble environment, following the NHL and NBA, which conducted their entire postseasons in a bubble.Bucs coach Bruce Arians isn’t a fan of the idea, saying there are too many players on NFL rosters and in teams' travel parties to make it realistic.“I think it would be unfortunate,” Arians said. “You’re talking about over 100 people per team. Well, for us it’s 100 people. It’s not like basketball where it’s 12 (players) and three coaches. So it’s a totally different situation. I think guys just have to make sure they stay with a commitment and be very careful of who’s visiting them for game weekends, things like that.”The Bucs haven’t had any COVID-19 cases since intake before training camp.On Monday evening, the league sent a memo to teams about new COVID-19 protocols that include a longer on-boarding process for free-agent tryouts, bans on team gatherings outside the facility, caps on the number of tryouts allowed per week and the implementation of a league-wide video monitoring system to ensure compliance with protocols, especially the mandate that all coaches and players wear personal protective equipment while in a team facility and while traveling.The league is serious about levying penalties. The Raiders were fined $165,000 on Monday because 10 players did not wear masks at a recent fundraiser.Bucs cornerback Carlton Davis not only iced Sunday’s game with a fourth-quarter interception on a pass intended for Chargers receiver Keenan Allen, the third-year cornerback did a solid job of locking up Los Angeles' top receiver, especially in the second half.Allen had eight catches on 12 targets for 62 yards and averaged just 7.8 yards a catch, the lowest average this season for the big-play receiver. In the second half, Allen had four catches for just 20 yards.“We tried to slow Keenan down; you never really stop a guy like that," Bucs defensive coordinator Todd Bowles said. "Carlton’s become more of a film junkie this year, and his maturation process is all mental from that standpoint. It’s helping him play, it helps the game slow down for him and it’s helping him play faster. That part of it we’re really happy with.”Davis also had a fourth-quarter interception that helped seal the Bucs' Week 2 win over Carolina.As the Bucs began preparation for their Thursday night game in Chicago, seven players did not participate in practice Monday.Wide receivers Mike Evans (ankle), Chris Godwin (hamstring), Scotty Miller (hip/groin) and Justin Watson (chest); tight end O.J. Howard (Achilles); and running backs Leonard Fournette (ankle) and LeSean McCoy (ankle) were all non-participants.With such a short week, the Bucs are basically having walkthroughs on Monday and Tuesday before flying to Chicago Wednesday. In a normal week, players wouldn’t practice until Wednesday, so, in some cases, not practicing Monday could just be just an example of a player being given an extra recovery day.The Bucs were expecting to hear more on the severity of the injuries to Howard and Evans following MRIs performed Monday. Contact Eduardo A. Encina at email@example.com. Follow @EddieInTheYard.