Adam Humphries injured against Chargers


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Former Clemson and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Adam Humphries left the game with a concussion against San Diego and did not return on Sunday afternoon.

The Bucs did up winning 28-21 to improve to four in a row and 7-5 on the season.

Humphries had two catches for 19 yards and a punt return for seven yards before leaving the game. He is the team's starter at punt returner and #3 receiver.

In 2016, he has 42 receptions on 62 targets for 467 yards and a touchdown. He also is 7th in the NFL in punt return average at 10.3 yards.

For his NFL career, he has 69 catches for 727 yards and two scores.


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