Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back T.J. Logan was injured in practice Thursday during 11 on 11 drills. The 4th year running back was tackled from behind to the ground injuring his patellar tendon in his knee.
Tough news for Bucs running back T.J. Logan, who injured the patellar tendon in his knee in practice today. He’ll have surgery on Saturday. Not necessarily season-ending.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) August 20, 2020
He is scheduled to have surgery on Saturday. While not usually a season ending injury, the standard recovery time is 6 months depending on the severity. The Buccaneers will have to make a decision to place him on injured reserve. Logan has been praised by head coach Bruce Arians during camp and looked to have the inside track on the kick returner job.