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NFL injury report: LeQuan Lewis injury 'looks serious'

The Bucs may have lost a cornerback Sunday.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback LeQuan Lewis left Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday with a knee injury.

Lewis was the only injury for the Bucs on Sunday. He did not return to the game. Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times said on Twitter that the injury "looks serious":

Lewis, 23, has been a part-time player for the Bucs this season. Before he left Sunday's game, he had just one tackle -- and it was assisted.

His best game came Nov. 25 against the Atlanta Falcons. He recorded three tackles. He had his only interception of the season Nov. 11 against the San Diego Chargers.

The Bucs picked up Lewis after he was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 2. He recorded one tackle in three games for the Cowboys.

The Buccaneers are 6-6 this season and fighting for a playoff berth. Tampa Bay will try to go above .500 when it hosts the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

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