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Falcons send in hazmat crews to disinfect Buccaneers' locker room

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lol....

 

The Atlanta Falcons are taking no chances with MRSA and sent in hazmat crews to sanitize the visitor's locker room after Tampa Bay left town.

Three Buccaneers players were confirmed to have had the highly contagious, antibiotic-resistant staph infection: kicker Lawrence Tynes, guard Carl Nicks and cornerback Jonathan Banks.

The Falcons are not the first team to scrub down their facilities after the Buccaneers were in town -- the Patriots did just that in August.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2013-10-20/tampa-bay-buccaneers-mrsa-outbreak-sanitize-facilities-atlanta-falcons-georgia-dome

probably wouldn't be a bad idea to send a cleaning crew in their lockerroom in tampa and clean everything on the sidelines as well.

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The NFL should be more involved instead of it being the visiting team responsibility. I meant since Goodell is always preaching player safety and all.

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Do we activate a special crew to clear the visitors locker room in Tampa Thursday afternoon?

 

or is that a given?

 

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That is about as embarrassing as it gets.

 

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The bucs are dirty butts. Hahaha

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I will be so pissed if one of our guys catches this. This whole thing could be an episode on house.

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