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Buccaneers, NFL discuss contingency plans for Hurricane Ian


TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the NFL are discussing contingency plans for practice, as well as the possible relocation of next weekend’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs in the event Hurricane Ian makes landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Coach Todd Bowles said Monday that the situation is being monitored, but that talks are underway about what will happen if the storm makes landfall near the Tampa Bay area. Tuesday is a regular day off for players. The team reconvenes on Wednesday to begin preparation to play the Chiefs on Sunday night. Bowles said one thing under discussion is the possibility of practicing in another city.

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