It’s Friday morning, so there’s already plenty of reason to be excited. But, if you’re a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, you are even more excited based off the most recent development involving the team.

Said development is the fact that Pro Bowl wideout Chris Godwin is practicing for the first time since tearing his ACL against the New Orleans Saints last December. Pewter Report was the first to break the news.

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Pewter Report and The Athletic‘s Greg Auman tweeted out videos of Godwin catching passes in warm-up drills and participating in positional drills with the other receivers:

Godwin’s recovery has gone remarkably well. He avoided the PUP list to start camp and was cleared for practice, as well, but the Buccaneers have been cautious handling his return, for obvious reason. Therefore, Godwin hasn’t practiced in official capacity, just yet.

But that changed on Friday. Now, it’s about how he looks and what he does/how much he does that will be the next story.

Stay tuned for more updates.

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