• Around the NFC South

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 22, 2013
    Let’s take a run through the headlines from around the NFC South: General manager Mark Dominik said it could be several months before the team finds out if the surgery linebacker Quincy Black had to repair nerve damage in his shoulder was a success. “You generally like to walk out of any surgery and say that it was a successful surgery, but the reality is, that because of the nerve damage and the nerve grafting and everything, you won’t know if it’s successful or not for several months,” Dominik said, via Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Still no timetable for a Quincy Black return

      Buccaneers linebacker Quincy Black had surgery to repair nerve damage in his left shoulder last month, an operation he needed after suffering a scary-looking injury while hitting Chargers running back Ryan Mathews during a November game. Black missed th…

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