An attorney for former NFL kicker Lawrence Tynes said Tynes contracted an MRSA infection in his toe in 2013 at the Bucs’ training facility.
An attorney for former NFL kicker Lawrence Tynes said Tynes contracted an MRSA infection in his toe in 2013 at the Bucs’ training facility. MIKE CARLSON The Associated Press
An attorney for former NFL kicker Lawrence Tynes said Tynes contracted an MRSA infection in his toe in 2013 at the Bucs’ training facility. MIKE CARLSON The Associated Press

Former Chiefs kicker Lawrence Tynes sues Bucs over MRSA infection in toe

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