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The Tampa Buccaneers announced Friday morning that former LSU linebacker Kendell Beckwith has been placed on the reserve/non-football injury list which will end his 2019 season.

Beckwith will now miss his second consecutive season after he fractured his ankle in a car accident back in April of 2018. Per The Tampa Bay Times:
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TAMPA — After numerous evaluations from orthopedic specialists, linebacker Kendell Beckwith will be placed on the reserve/non-football injury list by the Bucs, meaning he will miss at least a second straight season.

In fact, the Bucs are fearful that Beckwith’s injury might be career-ending.

Beckwith, a third-round pick from LSU in 2017, was a passenger in an automobile accident with Tigers teammate Lamin Barrow on April 12, 2018, fracturing his ankle and undergoing surgery.
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23 Comments
KB is one of my all time favorite Tigers.
Reply17 months
Awful fortune. Wow.
Reply17 months
Silver Lining is that he won't be destroying the Saints and Bree's twice a season any longer??
Reply18 months
What a terrible thing to say even as a joke
18 months
They have Devon White. Brees will continue to get destroyed
18 months
But the bucs defense never destroys the saints ??????
17 months
This sucks but hopefully he was responsible with his money and it doesn’t bankrupt him. He needs 5 years in NFL to get pension. I hope he recovers.
Reply18 months
I hope he recovers fully and can play again.
Reply18 months
Man we have been spitting out stuf LBs. Kwon, Kendall, Minter, Perry, DW. Who’s next?
Reply18 months
Jacob Phillips
18 months
Lamin Barrow ruined his friend's life because he was driving like a moron, lost control of the car (like an old Asian woman) and crashed into a fence. Well done Lamin. At least you weren't injured though, right?
Reply18 months
Yeah well he broke his femur not exactly getting off Scott Free
18 months
Scot
18 months
Damn! Beckwith bad run of luck. Best wishes dude.
Reply18 months
This f'n blows
Reply18 months
Damn, this sux.
Reply18 months
Damn. Like another Chad Jones situation. Feel for the guy
Reply18 months
Well one situation dude was lucky to save his leg and this was an ankle fracture so there’s that. Never heard anything about nerve damage which is the only other that could be
18 months
This will be the 2nd Tiger, in my adult life, who I couldn't wait to see their career pan out and it was cut short by injury. The other is Chad Jones. Still think about what the NFL would've been like had he not gotten injured.
Reply18 months
Chris Faulk, Chiron and D. Byrd as well. Faulk was my favorite lineman of recent vintage, and I think if he’d played in 2012 he’d have gotten All American type accolades and probably a 1st rounder.
18 months
Damn anyone know the extent of that kinda injury or specifics of it?
Reply18 months
Hope he gets better soon. Hate to see that for such a great Tiger.
Reply18 months
Absolutely awful news.
Reply18 months
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