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September 10, 2009 @ 6:17 am
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Clayton, Bryant Held Out, Bucs Sign P Trapasso To Practice Squad

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Jim Flynn

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PewterReport.com is reporting Bucs wide receivers Antonio Bryant (knee) and Michael Clayton (hamstring) were limited in Thursday morning's practice at One Buccaneer Place.

Bryant and Clayton had full participation during Tuesday and Wednesday's practices. The Bucs have a bonus practice this week and plan to practice Friday, so the decision to limit Bryant and Clayton in today's workout might be a precaution.

Bucs cornerback E.J. Biggers (shoulder) returned to practice today. Rookie defensive lineman Kyle Moore (groin), tight end John Gilmore (ankle) and linebacker Adam Hayward (ankle) were held out of Thursday's practice. It is unclear whether those players will play vs. the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

In other news, the Bucs have filled out their eight-man practice squad by signing punter A.J. Trapasso, who spent the preseason with the Tennessee Titans. He had a few preseason highlights, including his 40-yard touchdown off a fake punt vs. Buffalo in the Hall of Fame Game, and his controversial punt that hit the Dallas Cowboys' scoreboard at the new stadium.

Pewter Report will have more on this story throughout the day. 

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