Larsen reverted back to Tampa Bay's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Larsen was bumped up to the active roster for Sunday's Super Bowl. He was active for each one of his squad's postseason contests in 2020, serving mainly as depth on the offensive line.
Larsen was promoted to the Buccaneers' active roster Saturday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. The veteran offensive lineman will have a chance to garner active status for Sunday's Super Bowl LV matchup against the Chiefs and offer some depth to the Buccaneers' offensive line. Smith notes Tampa Bay is only carrying seven offensive lineman on its active roster, and Larsen's ability to play guard could well enable him to don a uniform versus Kansas City. The 11-year pro has been active for all three of the team's postseason games to date and saw action in the wild-card and divisional-round wins against Washington and the Saints, respectively.
The Buccaneers elevated Larsen (knee) to the active roster Friday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. Larsen is no longer dealing with the knee injury that held him back last year. He'll add depth on the team's offensive line as the Buccaneers make a playoff push.
Larsen (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Larsen isn't traveling with the team to London as he works to recover from a knee injury suffered Week 4. His absence is a blow to Chicago's depth along the offensive line.
Larsen (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Vikings, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Larsen started at right guard since Kyle Long (hip) was inactive. With both players hurting, the team may bump over Cornelius Lucas from his normal tackle position.
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