Tampa Bay's T.J. Logan heads to injured reserve with apparent season-ending knee injury


Running back will undergo surgery for a patellar tendon injury in his knee Saturday and will be placed on injured reserve, likely ending his season. Logan, 25, had to be carted off the field Thursday after he was taken down from behind by linebacker Quinton Bell during a non-tackling period. Logan was projected to return kicks and punts. (Tampa Bay Times)

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