• Patriots have facility treated for MRSA after Bucs visit

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 29, 2013
    According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Patriots had their training facility treated to kill any potential MRSA the Bucs might have left behind. The Patriots haven’t encountered any cases of such infections, but treating their facility with extra care is the only responsible behavior. The Bucs sort-of acknowledged the outbreak at their facility, after kicker Lawrence Tynes and guard Carl Nicks were infected with the staph infections, and Tynes’ wife said earlier today his recovery isn’t particularly smooth. After hosting the Buccaneers earlier this month, the Patriots decided to try to remove any trace they might have left behind.
    • Lawrence Tynes's Wife Blasts The Bucs Over MRSA Treatment

      Kicker Lawrence Tynes is one of two Buccaneers players suffering from MRSA, a deadly serious bacterial infection, after an outbreak at Tampa's training facility. Tynes's wife sounds like she's not particularly happy with how the Bucs have handled the wh…
      Source: deadspin.com

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