Tampa Tribune "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be forced into a changing of their left guard come Sunday. For the second day in a row, veteran left guard Logan Mankins sat out practice Friday with a groin strain. The Bucs will release their official injury report for this week’s game later today, so..." October 09
G Logan Mankins suffered a groin injury yesterday and was held out of practice today.
Tampa Tribune "The old man of the Buccaneers is acting like a rookie. Logan Mankins, a six-time Pro Bowl guard for New England who ranks as the oldest Bucs player at 33, is approaching a new season with renewed gusto. “I’m much more settled, much more comfortable,’’ Mankins said after practice at mandatory..." June 18
USA Today "If you’ve ever seen an NFL Films marathon of Super Bowl highlights or a countdown of worst Super Sunday moments, then you’ve likely heard broadcaster Verne Lundquist bellowing, “Bless his heart, he’s got to be the sickest man in America!” That proclamation came after Cowboys tight end Jackie Smith..." February 03
Logan Mankins not only back at practice from knee injury but back working with first team at left guard during Bucs practice ...
Boston Herald "Logan Mankins is a five-time Pro Bowler a four-time All-Pro and a consensus top-100 player in the NFL. But yesterday Vince Wilfork got the best of him. As the Patriots practiced in full pads for the first time in training camp defensive linemen and offensive linemen battled each other in..." July 29
Boston Herald "Logan Mankins is going to Disney World this week, and he won’t have to traipse through the monstrous amusement park on a surgically repaired knee, or ankle, or hip — or anything else. Obviously, the Patriots left guard couldn’t be any more excited. Mankins is coming off the most physically..." February 13
Pats Pulpit "Offensive lineman and New England Patriots captain Logan Mankins stopped by the Kraft Family Blood Donor Center for a charitable visit on Tuesday afternoon. Mankins and his wife, Kara, spent several hours speaking with donors and patients in their "Celebrate Volunteerism" t-shirts. The Kraft..." February 12