Knee Injury to Force Russell Gage of Buccaneers Its WR to Miss 2023 Season

Knee Injury to Force Russell Gage of Buccaneers WR to Miss 2023 Season.

Receiver Russell Gauge of the Buccaneers will reportedly sit out the 2023 campaign due to a knee ailment.
According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Russell Gauge is done for the season after suffering a severe knee injury in Wednesday’s joint practise versus the New York Jets.

After the non-contact injury occurred, the 27-year-old had to be taken off the pitch.

It was reported by Pewter that Gauge could not bear any weight on his injured leg. Team reporter Scott Smith noted that “he was in obvious duress” while being evaluated by trainers.

The team wasn’t expecting good news, head coach Todd Bowles said to reporters after practise.

“We hear it’s going to be pretty serious,” Bowles said at a news conference on Wednesday. Since he’s been here, clearly, he’s been putting up a fight.

We hope for the best for him; something obviously serious happened based on the way he was sitting on the truck. We wish him the best and will see what happens.

Russell Gage

American football wide receiver Russell Gauge Jr. (born January 22, 1996) currently plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. He participated in football at LSU before being selected in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons.

Teenage Years

Redemptorist High School was where Gauge spent his high school years and where he also played football.

Success in College

From 2014 to 2017, Gauge studied and played college football at LSU.

After spending his first two years with the team on defence, in Week 7 of his junior year, the run-heavy Tigers scored a crucial victory against #22 Texas A&M thanks in large part to his five receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown.

In his senior season, he saw action at running back and wide receiver and finished with four touchdowns on 49 touches. On special teams, he was a gunner for 11 tackles.

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