Update: Lovie Smith told ESPN at the half that Jameis Winston was not injured. Winston ran into the tunnel at halftime, so his ankle certainly seems to be fine.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have a bit of an issue: Jameis Winston rolled his ankle on a sack, and has been taking out of the game. The quarterback stayed in the game for two more plays while limping a little, before being pulled for Mike Glennon and being examined by trainers. Winston's currently walking around on the sidelines cheering up his teammates, so it's not likely to be too serious.
That's...not good. pic.twitter.com/3c7DW1NlJ4— Mark Ennis (@MarkEnnis) August 25, 2015
That's the play that got Winston hurt, which saw rookie right guard Ali Marpet get beat by Geno Atkins -- which is no shame. Atkins is really good. Overall, the line didn't look too bad given that they were starting backups at right tackle and center, but the team did have some issues handling blitzes. Taking Winston out of the game may simply have been precaution.
Winston looked good, though, and finished the game completing 8 of 13 passes for 90 yards and a rushing touchdown, with no turnovers despite being pressured a few times.