Buccaneers fans erupted after Richard Sherman was placed on injured reserve.

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Buccaneers fans erupted after Richard Sherman was placed on IR.

Richard Sherman has had it with Buccaneers fans in Tampa Bay.

Due to a calf injury, the veteran cornerback was placed on injured reserve on Wednesday, November 17th.

Due to Tampa Bay’s situation with injured cornerbacks, the 33-year-old cornerback signed a deal with the Buccaneers on September 29 prior to their Week 4 game against the New England Patriots.

Sherman, on the other hand, has only exacerbated the situation by suffering from his own injuries.

Since suffering a hamstring injury early in the team’s Week 6 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Oct. 6, the veteran cornerback has yet to appear in a game.

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In Week 10 against the Washington Football Team, he was on the verge of returning, even taking part in pregame warmups.

He did not play due to a calf injury sustained prior to the start of the game.

Sherman was fine during Thursday and Friday practice sessions leading up to the game, according to head coach Bruce Arians.

“No, he was perfectly fine.”

On Thursday and Friday, he appeared to be in good health.

I thought he was going to have a great time.

Arians said, “He just strained his calf before the game.”

Three other Tampa Bay cornerbacks — Sean Murphy-Bunting, Rashard Robinson, and Carlton Davis — have also been placed on injured reserve.

Dee Delaney, a cornerback, was also concussed against Washington.

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Fans of the Buccaneers have had enough of Sherman’s latest injury.

Buccaneers fans are clearly fed up with Sherman, and they took to social media to vent their frustrations about his latest injury.

Sherman, who is paid up to (dollar)2.25 million on a one-year deal, is getting paid for nothing, according to “412 Guy,” a Bucs fan on Twitter.

He was compensated for doing nothing.

November 17, 2021, by 412 Guy (@wpac66)

Sherman’s injury during pregame warmups drew a more humorous response from Dave K.

“It’s nice to know I have something in common with a professional athlete, because I, too, have injured myself warming up for sporting events,” Dave K tweeted.

Another Twitter user, “Drip,” believes the Buccaneers were taken advantage of by signing Sherman.

The thief took our money and dipped it into his own pocket.

— Tom Brady Has Seven (@TomBradyHas7) November 17, 2021

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