The Tampa Bay Times reports the Bucs will make a decision on Doug Martin's (shoulder) rest-of-season status before Monday's game against the Dolphins, and are "leaning toward" placing him on injured reserve.
Coach Greg Schiano said a decision on Doug Martin (shoulder) will be made in "the upcoming weeks."
Coach Greg Schiano said Doug Martin will only be allowed to play again this season if doctors believe he can't do further damage to his shoulder.
Doug Martin (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday.
Bucs declared RB Doug Martin, RB Jeff Demps, CB Devereon Carr, S Dashon Goldson, G Patrick Omameh, G Carl Nicks, and WR Chris Owusu inactive for Week 9 against the Seahawks.
Bucs coach Greg Schiano acknowledged Friday Doug Martin will eventually need surgery on his torn shoulder labrum.
Speaking Thursday, Bucs coach Greg Schiano effectively ruled Doug Martin (shoulder) out for Week 9.
Speaking Monday, coach Greg Schiano said Doug Martin (shoulder) will "hopefully" be able to play "soon."
FOX Sports' Alex Marvez reports Doug Martin (shoulder) could be out "two weeks to two months."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Bucs are "optimistic" about getting Doug Martin (shoulder) back this season, and that Martin is targeting Week 10 for a potential return.
Doug Martin (shoulder) has officially been ruled out for Week 8.
Doug Martin insists he's not out for the season with his shoulder injury.
Speaking Tuesday, Doug Martin said his shoulder injury is "not necessarily season ending," and that his "range of motion has improved."
Doug Martin (shoulder) isn't practicing ahead of Thursday's game.