Buccaneers relocate to Miami ahead of Hurricane Ian

MIAMI, Fla. — With Hurricane Ian set to strike Tampa Bay someday this week, the Buccaneers introduced they’re quickly relocating to Miami.

On Monday, the workforce stated on Twitter that they’d be shifting to Miami-Dade County Tuesday after which spend the week practising on the Dolphins’ facility.

“No adjustments have but been made to Sunday’s recreation schedule,” the workforce added.

In response to ESPN, the league is monitoring the state of affairs, however for proper now the Bucs are nonetheless planning to host the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs on Sunday.

If the sport needs to be postponed due to the storm, it is unlikely the sport might be moved to Miami as a result of the league would not wish to take away state assets for a recreation that could possibly be higher utilized for restoration efforts, ESPN reported.

A hurricane warning was issued for the realm Monday, with the Nationwide Hurricane Heart projecting the hurricane to make landfall by Wednesday as a Class 4 storm, the Related Press reported.

The final time a serious storm hit town was Oct. 25, 1921.

The workforce additionally introduced Tuesday that they’re rescheduling the induction of former head coach Bruce Arians into the Ring of Honor, which was alleged to occur on Sunday.

The workforce stated that ceremony could be rescheduled for a later recreation.

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