Price per Head: Buccaneers evaluating RB Doug Martin after injury

Doug MartinPrice per head services and fans following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were very relieved to learn that on Monday, coach Greg Schiano said that RB Doug Martin’s shoulder injury will not end his season.

Schiano admitted it that would be a stretch to expect Martin to play against the Carolina Panthers in Thursday night’s game, but beyond that, he wouldn’t rule anything out.

According to a league source, the team believed that Martin suffered a torn labrum in his shoulder, an injury that price per head services know could be season-ending.

However, Schiano would not say much about the exact nature of the injury sustained by the running back.

“I’m not going to get into specifics of exactly what his issue is,” Schiano said. “If it was season-ending, I’d let you know. But we don’t feel that it is right now. We’re just going to play it by ear.”

Price per head services saw that the player suffered the injury in the Bucs’ loss on Sunday to the Atlanta Falcons while trying to catch a pass during the third quarter. After the game, Martin said that his shoulder was not separated and that the X-rays “look fine”.

A source said that the 24-year-old was set to get an MRI on Monday.

Rookie Mike James took Martin’s place against Atlanta, and pay per head services believe that he will most likely start against the Panthers.

“I’ve liked what I’ve seen of Mike the last few weeks, both in practice and the game,” Schiano said. “He’s gotten a few more touches each game and obviously this one by necessity.

“I think Mike has really improved as a running back from the beginning stages of training camp and made improvement steadily. When he’s had his opportunities, he’s done good things.”

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Martin, who last season was one of the NFL’s top rookies, had a slow start this year for the winless Bucs (0-6). He has one touchdown and 456 yards on 127 carries – an average of only 3.6 yards per attempt, and price per head services would like to see the player make big improvements in the game, but hope that recovers well first.