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K Lawrence Tynes denies retirement rumors
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(10/9/14) Free agent kicker Lawrence Tynes denied reports of an official retirement announcement via Twitter. Tynes was cut by the Buccaneers after missing the entire 2013 season due to an MRSA infection. He is still dealing with nerve damage from the infection and is considering retirement if he's not fully recovered.
Bucs cut kicker Lawrence Tynes
|by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer|
|(3/11/14) The Buccaneers have released kicker Lawrence Tynes , who missed all of the 2013 season with MRSA.
Lawrence Tynes unhappy with NFI designation
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
|(9/1/13) Buccaneers kicker Lawrence Tynes will miss the entire season due to an MRSA infection and he believes he contracted the problem at Tampa Bay's team facility, NBC Sports reports Sunday.
Tynes said that by adding him to the non-football injury list, instead of injured reserve, the Bucs are not affording him certain benefits that he should be receiving.
"This whole thing is wrong," Tynes said. "My biggest emphasis is I don’t want this to happen to any current or future player. I’m going to fight this thing as long as I have to, because this team should not be allowed to do this to players. If I drop a 45-pound plate on my foot while lifting weights in the weight room at the facility, it’s IR. So I just don’t understand how my situation is any different. I went to work, I kicked, I practiced, I cold-tubbed, I hot-tubbed, I showered for all those days there. I come up with MRSA and it’s a non-football injury? They’re basically trying to exonerate themselves of this, and I’m not going to allow it to happen."
Lawrence Tynes goes home for treatment
|by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst|
|(8/28/13) Buccaneers kicker Lawrence Tynes returned to his home in Kansas City to get additional treatment for his staph infection, reports the Tampa Bay Times. Tynes received a peripherally inserted central catheter "used when a patient is expected to get antibiotics for more than a few days," the report said.
A PICC line can remain in place for weeks or months, according to the report.
It appears Rian Lindell will kick for Tampa Bay in Week 1.
Lawrence Tynes, Carl Nicks recovering from staph infections
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(8/27/13) Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano said guard Carl Nicks and kicker Lawrence Tynes are progressing in their recoveries from staph infections.
"They’re responding well," Schiano said, per ESPN. "Carl, I know more about because he’s here. Carl’s healing up. Timeline, I don’t know. I can’t put a definite date on it. But he is healing, he’s recovering. Lawrence, he’s not in town. But everything that can be done is being done to make sure everybody recovers."