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Bruce Aryan is disappointed with his players' attitude

Bruce Aryan is disappointed with his players’ attitude

Things are going well on the pitch for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but it’s some players’ adventures off the field that are giving head coach Bruce Aryan a headache.

And on Thursday, NFL recipient Antonio Brown and half-timer Mike Edwards suspended three games for “distorting the truth about the vaccination status.”

Besides missing two important pieces from his roster, even though Brown is already on the sidelines to treat an injury, Arians is frustrated with the indifference of a few of his troops to COVID-19. He is clearly spoiling the “great work” of the club.

“In the past two years, I don’t know if there has been a team that has dealt better with COVID than us,” he said at a news conference Friday. What happened is disappointing. But we did a great job. […] We had no spread.”

Arianes did not want to confirm whether additional penalties would be imposed on violators who had false evidence of vaccination. “Nothing has been reported,” the pilot said.

“We have two guys suspended. The league has done its job and we need to move on. […] It annoys me, but that’s what it is,” summed up the Buccaneers coach (8-3).

Now he’d like everyone to focus on the upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons (5-6), direct contenders in the Southern Division of the National League, on Sunday.

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