TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Cornerback Myron Lewis is as puzzled as anyone about why his career is off to a painfully slow start with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The third-year pro battled nagging injuries that made it a struggle to get on the field the past two seasons, but he’s confident he’s on the verge of proving the team didn’t make a mistake by drafting him in the third round.
Nearly two weeks into training camp, Lewis is the healthiest he’s been during an NFL preseason and is eager to take advantage of an opportunity to work with the first-team defense while starter Aquib Talib is resting a sore hamstring and key reserve E.J. Biggers is out with a broken foot.
Lewis is still learning the team’s new defensive scheme but is getting more comfortable each day.