Buccaneers' Noah Spence (shoulder) out indefinitely
Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie defensive end Noah Spence dislocated his right shoulder and suffered a labrum tear against the Denver Broncos in Week 4.
Fortunately, the tear is a slight one, but he'll still be out for an extended period. Gerald McCoy (calf strain) and Robert Ayers (ankle) are also in doubt for Monday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers. The Buccaneers may need to bring in some usable bodies on the defensive line.
The Buccaneers currently rank eighth in Adjusted Defensive Net Expected Points per play. That'll be hard to sustain with this many holes to fill.
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