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'We've already got AB, we don't need OBJ. Too many letters' - Arians says Bucs won't land Odell Beckham

Consider the Buccaneers out of the Odell Beckham race.

Coach Bruce Arians on Wednesday said that with Antonio Brown in the team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wouldn't chase Odell Beckham.

The coach known as BA said, on Rick Stroud of the TB Times, "No. We've already got AB, we don't need OBJ. Too many letters".

Odell Beckham has been tangentially connected to the Bucs based mostly on Tom Brady's presence and the team’s all-in mentality. There could have been a need with Antonio Brown still out as a result of an ankle injury and Chris Godwin not training due to a foot problem. But with Godwin, Brown, Mike Evans, Tyler Johnson, and Jaelon Darden on the list and having just brought in Breshad Perriman to the practice team, the Tampa bay will plow forward sans OBJ.

Odell Beckham was cut earlier during the week and cleared waivers Tuesday, to become a free agent according to the casinoranking.lv

Also, Tom Brady could be without many of his key players when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Washington Football Team this coming Sunday.

Rob Gronkowski, along with Antonio Brown and Chris Godwin, all did not train on Wednesday with the group. On Monday, Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said he was not optimistic about either Brown or Gronkowski suiting up this Sunday against Washington.

However, the most alarming development for Tampa Bay is the status of Godwin, who did not have an injury before designation ahead of Wednesday. Arians said Wednesday that the wideout is nursing an injury on his foot and his status for Sunday is not certain.

Arians added about Godwin's status, "It's wait and see".

Additionally, Jason Pierre-Paul did not train with the group on Wednesday with a torn rotator cuff injury. His status is also up in the air as well.

For Washington, many of its injured contributors returned to practice on Wednesday, including Sam Cosmi, Brandon Scherff, Dyami Brown, and William Jackson III. Curtis Samuel did not train for Washington as he continues to nurse a groin injury that has disturbed him since May.

Meanwhile, when Tom Brady and the Bucs (6-2) arrive in Washington to face the Washington Football Team (2-6) on Sunday, nobody on the side of Tampa Bay will be overlooking Chase Young.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers know him pretty well, having faced Washington Football Team in the NFC Wild Card round last year after a camera caught Chase Young yelling, "I want Tom, I want Tom," as he ran off the pitch the week before. Chase Young was held without a sack in the 31-23 playoff defeat, but Washington’s defensive front managed to mount pressure on Tom Brady enough to rack up three sacks and seven QB hits from casino games real money

Speaking on "Let’s Go!", an episode published this week, Brady spoke about why he sent Young a signed shirt last winter and what the Bucs are doing to prepare for him and the rest of the Washington Football Team’s defense ahead of their tie.

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