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September 25, 2009 @ 5:53 am
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Several Injured Players Participating In Friday's Practice

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the practice field this morning going through a walk-through as they prepare to take on the New York Giants at Raymond James Stadium Sunday.

With the exception of center Jeff Faine (triceps) and defensive end Kyle Moore (knee), every Bucs player listed on the team's injury report Thursday is participating in Friday's walk-through. Faine and Moore have already been ruled out of Sunday's game due to their respective injuries.

However, Bucs wide receivers Antonio Bryant (knee) and Maurice Stovall (knee) do not have their helmets on and appear to be limited. Should those players not be able to play in the game, Bucs WR Brian Clark likely will make his first start in the NFL vs. the Giants.

Bucs running backs Cadillac Williams (knee), Earnest Graham (hamstring) and RB Clifton Smith (quad) are practicing today, as well as cornerback Elbert Mack (shoulder), tight end John Gilmore (ankle), and linebacker Matt McCoy (back).

PewterReport.com will have more on this story later today.

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