Former Bucs OG Arron Sears' Thursday court appearance was waived because jail deputies couldn't transfer him from a bus to the courthouse.
Former Bucs OG Arron Sears, in jail for the past 34 days, has a hearing Thursday to determine if he will receive psychiatric help after assaulting a law enforcement officer.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers OG Arron Sears was arrested again Wednesday for failing to appear at a December court hearing.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers OG Arron Sears was arrested Saturday in Tampa Bay after he was found "wandering in the middle of a street."
The St. Petersburg Times hints that free agent OG Arron Sears' latest setback was related to anxiety disorder and/or depression.
Free agent OG Arron Sears reportedly had a setback in his comeback attempt before the Bucs waived him on Monday.
Bucs waived OG Arron Sears.
Bucs GM Mark Dominik is optimistic that OG Arron Sears (personal issues) can be a contributor going forward.
Bucs OG Arron Sears, on the reserve/non-football injury list last season, is working out at One Buccaneer Place with an eye on being ready for OTAs this year.
Bucs placed OG Arron Sears (personal) on the reserve/non-football injury list, ending his season.
Bucs GM Mark Domenik said it's "wishful thinking" to say OG Aaron Sears will contribute this season.
Bucs OG Arron Sears has been reinstated from the Reserve/Did Not Report list.
Bucs OG Aaron Sears, currently on the Reserve/Did Not Report list, is no longer suffering from symptoms related to a concussion sustained last season.
Bucs beat writer Roy Cummings thinks OG Aaron Sears' career as a Buc is over and that we've "probably seen the last of him in any kind of an NFL uniform."