Bucs’ Mack loses appeal of one-game suspension

When the Bucs announced that they promoted cornerback Marcus Hamilton from their practice squad, the implications were obvious.

Tampa Bay cornerback Elbert Mack lost the appeal of his one-game suspension with the NFL. The league suspended Mack for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan. Now Mack will not play Sunday, when the Bucs travel to Chicago.

But it looks like Hamilton will. Hamilton was the Bucs’ seventh-round pick in 2007 and spent his entire rookie season on the team’s practice squad.

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