Ian Rapoport: Buccaneers’ Mike Evans “Likely to Play.”


The news continues to improve regarding Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans. After being listed as doubtful earlier in the week and then being upgraded to questionable on Saturday, Evans is now “likely to play“ according to Ian Rapoport.

According to Rappaport, Evans will be limited in his participation but is likely to play. This is positive news after Evans suffered yet another hamstring issue, which has been a recurring problem for the Pro Bowl wide receiver. Evans missed the last two games of the 2019 season with hamstring issues Evans missed the last three games of the 2019 season with a hamstring injury.
Mike Evans is attempting to be the first wide receiver to ever begin their career with seven 1000 yard receiving seasons. He currently stands tied with Randy Moss at six seasons of 1000 yards to start their career.