Buccaneers Move Practices to Miami Due to Hurricane Ian

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be displaced this week in the wake of their tough 14-12 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Following mandatory evacuation orders for the Tampa area due to Hurricane Ian, the team will practice in Miami ahead of Sunday Night Football's showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The team will travel to Miami on Tuesday, typically a day off for the players. As of now, the game remains scheduled for Sunday night at Raymond James Stadium, but the time and even location could easily change in the coming days should Hurricane Ian prove severe enough.
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The Bucs have had a run of bad luck to open the 2022 regular season. The unavailability of key players reached an ugly nadir in their Week 3 loss to the Green Bay Packers, with star wide receivers Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, and Julio Jones, as well as offensive lineman Donovan Smith, all missing Sunday's matchup. With all four potentially returning in Week 4, things had finally been looking up for Tampa Bay. However, the city and team now have much larger problems to worry about than cohesion on offense. Hopefully, the whole Tampa region will be safe in the coming days.
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