Quick Observations From Training Camp: 7/29/18

It was another hot one today Womens Chris Godwin Jersey , but everyone at One Buc Place was given some relief once training camp moved into the Bucs’ new indoor practice facility. If you have yet to see it or go there - you’re missing out.Sunday’s practice was the first full-padded practice of training camp. There was plenty going on, so let’s go ahead and dive right in.1. Vita Vea goes down. After a string of injuries hit NFL teams on Saturday, the feeling around One Buc Place was that of not only luck, but good fortunate. Then today happened.The Bucs’ first-round pick Vita Vea went down with what looked like a severe injury after he was carted off the field. Right now, reports are that it was a strained calf - which would be the equivalent of dodging about a dozen bullets - so Authentic DeSean Jackson Jersey , that’s good news. Stay tuned for updates as they come in. Backup tackle Leonard Wester was also carted off after it looked as if he rolled his ankle after the Bucs moved indoors. 2. Peyton Barber isn’t satisfied with last season.Barber granted Bucs Nation an exclusive interview after practice which we will have up later, but in the interview he discusses how he is trying to get better at every facet of his game. This was on full display today as Barber looked quicker than ever thanks to his weight loss during the season. He didn’t trade the speed in for power though, as he consistently bounced off would-be tacklers and finished off run after run with determination and force. Even though rookie Ronald Jones is lurking, don’t expect Barber to back down anytime soon. 3. Defensive Line coach Brenston Buckner is still brining the intensity.Good Lord, Buckner is one intense man. Always pushing his players toward their best effort Womens Vita Vea Jersey , while letting them know when they’ve screwed up, he was everywhere today. There was one play in particular where defensive end William Gholston was blown up on a run play and Buckner quickly got into Gholston’s ear. The front seven is where intensity breeds and Buckner is the catalyst in this department. It’s going to be next to impossible for this pass rush to remain stagnant.4. Justin Watson will make this roster. Even though he may not be the most heralded draft pick, Watson could end up becoming one of the steals of the 2017 draft. He looks the part, coming in at 6-foot-3, 209-pounds www.tampabaybuccaneersteamonline.com , and his lanky, yet sturdy frame allows him to make tough catches and spread the defense out. Dirk Koetter stated during his post-game presser that today was Watson’s “best day of practice” while also noting that he has “a fight on his hands” considering the Bucs’ depth at receiver. Watson has already turned heads during rookie minicamps and it looks as if the progression will continue on into the preseason. Expect him to make the Bucs roster this season. 5. The offense had a better day.Both Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick made some great throws today. Winston launched possibly the best deep ball he’s thrown in years when he hooked up with Desean Jackson in the Bucs’ new indoor practice facility. Fitzpatrick made a nice throw to tight end Cameron Brate later on and Brate made a tremendous catch while falling to the ground. It’s good to see both quarterbacks making plays.That now marks at least three deep balls that we’ve seen the Bucs complete in as many days. That vertical element may finally come to Tampa Bay in 2018. And here is the deep throw from Winston to Jackson, via pewterreport.com: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cincinnati Bengals both enter their Sunday afternoon game with a plethora of injuries. Though the Buccaneers list just five players on their injury report, they will once again be without the services of starting defensive linemen Gerald McCoy and Vinny Curry. Thankfully, Peyton Barber and Jason Pierre-Paul were full participants on Friday.As for the Bengals Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-Shirt , They’ll be without their top-two linebackers in Vontaze Burfict and Nick Vigil. Cincinnati will also miss wide receiver John Ross and running back Giovani Bernard in Week 8.The full injury report is listed below.BuccaneersDE Vinny Curry (Ankle) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayDT Gerald McCoy (Calf) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayRB Peyton Barber (Ankle) - Full Participation on FridayOT Demar Dotson (Knee/Shoulder) - Full Participation on FridayDE Jason Pierre-Paul (Ribs) - Full Participation on FridayBengalsRB Giovani Bernard (Knee) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayLB Vontaze Burfict (Hip) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayCB Darqueze Dennard (Sternoclavicular) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayTE Tyler Kroft (Foot) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayWR John Ross (Groin) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayLB Nick Vigil (Knee) - Did Not Participate on Friday - Out for SundayC Billy Price (Foot) - Limited Participation on Friday - Doubtful for SundayOT Jake Fisher (Back) - Full Participation on FridayLS Clark Harris (Concussion) - Full Participation on FridayOT Bobby Hart (Back) - Full Participation on FridayCB Dre Kirkpatrick (Achilles) - Full Participation on FridayDT Adolphus Washington (Coccyx) - Full Participation on Friday