The Bucs will reportedly release FB B.J. Askew on Monday.
Buccaneers placed FB B.J. Askew (neck, back) on the Non-Football Injury List, ending his season.
Bucs declared FB B.J. Askew, QB Byron Leftwich, WR Yamon Figurs, CB Derrick Roberson, C Jonathan Compas, OT Demar Dotson, DE Dre Moore, and DE Kyle Moore inactive for Week 6 against the Panthers.
Bucs TE B.J. Askew (neck) has been ruled out for Week 6.
Bucs FB B.J. Askew has not practiced this week after being injured in a "fender bender" on Tuesday.
Coach Jon Gruden suggested that FB B.J. Askew could take on a bigger ball-carrying role now that Earnest Graham (ankle) is lost for the year.
Bucs FB B.J. Askew will miss 3-4 more weeks with a torn hamstring.
B.J. Askew strained his hamstring in the Bucs' Week 3 victory over the Bears.
Bucs FB B.J. Askew underwent arthroscopic surgery on his ankle last week.
Bucs signed FB B.J. Askew to a five-year, $7.6 million contract. The deal includes a $2 million signing bonus.
Bucs FB B.J. Askew believes he'll play more tailback going forward.
B.J. Askew is the Bucs' new starting fullback following Mike Alstott's season-ending injury.
Bucs signed FB B.J. Askew to a two-year contract.
Free agent fullback B.J. Askew told the Associated Press that he wants to be a tailback from now on.