Lavonte David said Bucs had ‘a lot of unrest in our organisation’

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With no locker room access for reporters and only a handful of players available for video conferencing who aren’t conducive to asking probing questions aimed at getting candid answers (especially not confidential answers), the pandemic has helped keep many stories secret. , for many NFL teams.

After Sunday’s season-ending loss to the Rams, Bucs linebacker Lavonte David hinted at things that may have gone unnoticed, thanks to reduced opportunities for reporters to report.

We had a lot of unrest in our organization“David said, via The Associated Press’ Rob Maaddi.

(Here’s Maaddi’s full quote: “We’ve had incidents here and there, guys banging their heads. We’ve had a lot of unrest in our organization. Guys getting hurt, guys playing roles important to our success.”)

It is unknown what the turmoil was, unless David considers the injuries a “turmoil”. The problems with Antonio Brown were well known. What other commotion was there?

More recently, coach Bruce Arians got his hands on safety Andrew Adams. While we know the league fined the Arians $50,000, nothing was said about whether the players were okay with it or had a problem with it.

There could be other things we just don’t know, given the reduced player access. Now that the season is over, some of them may have more to say, especially if they end up playing elsewhere in 2022.

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