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Safety Justin Evans in a Walking Boot at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Minicamp

Last season was a tough one for Buccaneers safety Justin Evans, as he ended the season on injured reserve because of a toe injury.

It appears that the toe has yet to full heal, as today Evans was wearing a protective boot at practice.

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said that Evans had another procedure in hopes of fixing the problem once and for all. Arians didn’t provide a timetable for when Evans might be expected back on the field.

The 2017 second-round pick started 21 games over his first two seasons with 125 tackles and four interceptions.

Jordan Whitehead, Kentrell Brice, Isaiah Johnson and third-round pick Mike Edwards fill out the safety group for the Bucs.

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