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Jameis Winston of groping her has filed a lawsuit against the Buccaneers quarterback Womens Anthony Nelson Jersey , Matt Baker of the Tampa Bay Times reports.The driver, identified as Kate P. in federal court papers filed Tuesday, alleges that Winston grabbed her crotch as she drove him through a restaurant drive-through in March 2016 in Arizona. In the lawsuit, she said she “suffered damages in the nature of emotional distress and future therapy expenses.”Winston can return to the Bucs on Sept. 25 after the team’s game against the Steelers on Monday night. The league suspended him three games after its eight-month investigation determined Winston touched the women “in an inappropriate and sexual manner without her consent.”Prosecutors have not charged Winston with a crime.After his suspension in June, Winston released a statement saying “I genuinely apologize” to the woman. “She is unimpressed by his continued lack of honesty or awareness into his behavior,” John Clune, the attorney for the Uber driver Anthony Nelson Tampa Bay Buccaneers , told Baker. “Maybe a more direct financial penalty will get his attention. He needs to learn from this and have some genuine insight or pay the penalty.“She knows that she might be just a speed bump for him in his football career, but she is not going to be a small one.” Seems like the new staff hasn’t decided on the fate of the veteran defensive tackle."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmCloud of uncertainty still hangs over Bucs DT Gerald McCoyNew,73commentsSeems like the new staff hasn’t decided on the fate of the veteran defensive tackle. EDTShareTweetShareShareCloud of uncertainty still hangs over Bucs DT Gerald McCoyJonathan Dyer-USA TODAY SportsSo, about that report where Gerald McCoy was for sure returning to the Bucs...At the NFL Owners Meetings Tuesday, head coach Bruce Arians was asked about the future of Gerald McCoy in Tampa Bay. Arians said he needs to still evaluate McCoy and didn’t say for certain that the veteran defensive tackle would be returning.There is still a possibility that the Bucs cut McCoy. He could also potentially be a part of some draft trade scenario. Regardless, Tampa Bay would free up $13-million by parting ways with the 2010 third overall pick.