The Tampa Bay Buccaneers can finally breathe a little, as wide receiver Mike Evans was seen jogging at practice after experiencing a hyperextended knee injury this past Sunday. Jenna Laine of ESPN tweeted about Evans' progress:

The Buccaneers have clinched a playoff spot this season and will be going to the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Under the leadership of quarterback Tom Brady, the Bucs have had a terrific season. They play the Washington Football Team this Saturday in the first round.

Although Tampa Bay has constantly experienced disappointing seasons in the past, one thing has remained consistent in these turbulent years: the effort that Evans has put in to be one of the best wide receivers in the league. Drafted in 2014 by the Buccaneers seventh overall, the former Aggie has put up 1,000 receiving yards in every single one of his seven seasons as a Buccaneer, a feat that no wide receiver has ever accomplished. He passed Randy Moss's six straight seasons record in the blowout win against the Atlanta Falcons this past Sunday.

Amassing a total of 532 receptions, 61 touchdowns, and 8,266 total receiving yards, it is safe to say that the Buccaneers offense will not have to worry as much anymore, as he'll be lined up with one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game. Evans, who has never made it to the playoffs, let alone win a Super Bowl, is eager to make a strong run this season. Prioritizing his health and recovering completely will be key if the Bucs want to take the NFL by surprise.