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(AUDIO) Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report: Schiano Wasn’t Concerned About Mike Williams’ Possible Injury

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Every Monday and Friday in the 4pm hour Scott Reynolds from PewterReport.com joins Booger and Rich to give you the best Bucs coverage in Tampa Bay.

Today Reynolds talked about the Saturday night practice at Raymond James Stadium and Monday’s training camp session at One Buc Place.

Davin Joseph and Carl Nicks did not participate in Saturday’s night practice but Reynolds said that their absence was by design to ensure that they stay healthy and are ready for opening day.

Mike Williams limped off the field during training camp today but Reynolds said Greg Schiano didn’t seemed concern in his post practice press conference. Darrelle Revis was given the day off, but did rehab as a part of his return plan.

Despite being beat in some skill competitions by Mike Glennon and didn’t have the best night practice, Greg Schiano is not concerned about Josh Freeman according to Reynolds because he’s still getting familiar with some new plays in the playbook.

Today Derek Landri started next to Gerald McCoy in practice and Reynolds said he and Akeem Spence should have a great competition for the starting job in training camp.

Reynolds also addressed the 3rd receiver spot and agreed with Booger saying that Kevin Ogeltree seems to be the front runner but Tiquan Underwood isn’t going down without a fight. If there’s a tie in the preseason, Ogletree will get the job according to Reynolds.

Reynolds also agreed with Booger in his assessment of Demar Dotson saying he’s so focused on getting the right tackle job that he’s likely going to hold onto his job despite a push by Gabe Carimi.

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