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Draft Scout Deone Bucannon News
05/16/17 - LB Deone Bucannon recently underwent ankle surgery and will be sidelined for three to four months, according to coach Bruce Arians. Bucannon initially injured the ankle in November and was eventually placed on injured reserve. Bucannon recorded 89 tackles in 13 games last season. He has posted more than 80 tackles in each of his three NFL seasons and has five sacks, four recoveries and one interceptions.
12/12/16 - ILB Deone Bucannon suffered a severe high ankle sprain in Sunday's loss that may require surgery but almost certainly will send one of Arizona's best defenders to injured reserve. "I doubt that he can come back," Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. "The decision is whether or not to do surgery on it so that we can tighten it up."
11/17/16 - LB Deone Bucannon (ankle), NT Corey Peters (foot) and CB Tharold Simon (ankle) did not practice Thursday.
07/29/16 - LB Deone Bucannon added eight to nine pounds entering camp after telling reporters his playing weight had dropped to 209 pounds by the end of the season. Bucannon, who led the team with 127 tackles -- 104 of them unassisted -- said he can't afford to play at his former weight and still be expected to be a playmaker. "I feel like 209 pounds going against 200 pounders is probably not a good matchup," he said. "I figured I'd put on a little more weight so I can carry it throughout the season."
01/20/16 - ILB Deone Bucannon will play a key role in stopping the Panthers. He is one of the Cardinals best run defenders, and he also shares responsibilities for covering tight ends. Carolina's Greg Olsen is one of the best.