The Bucs are expected to release DL Greg Spires this offseason.
Bucs DE Greg Spires confirmed Wednesday that he has a torn left calf muscle and will be out another two-to-three weeks.
Bucs DE Greg Spires will be out for at least a few weeks with a calf sprain according to defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin.
Bucs DE Greg Spires says he has an Achilles' strain.
Bucs usual DE Greg Spires could move to under tackle this season.
Bucs defensive end Greg Spires is concerned he'll be cut after the team signed Kevin Carter to a four-year, $25 million contract on Monday.
Bucs DE Greg Spires suffered a neck injury Sunday afternoon.
Greg Spires was fined $7,500 after hitting Michael Vick late in last week's game.
Greg Spires signed a four-year contract extension that will give the Bucs significant cap relief.
The Bucs and DT Greg Spires continue to talk about restructuring his contract.
Greg Spires believes he'll be released in the next week.
Bucs DE Greg Spires believes he has a verbal agreement to become a free agent if the team can't restructure his contract.
The Bucs will move Greg Spires to defensive tackle this week.
Greg Spires is having a Pro Bowl season.