The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are back at One Buc Place after the players' day off to prepare for the Carolina Panthers.
Some interesting information has come out of One Buc Place today.
Bucs wide receiver Antonio Bryant, who has been limited in practice all season as a result of minor knee surgery he underwent in training camp, is determined to practice more due to the offensive's woes over the past several weeks and the team's 0-5 record.
Bryant, who normally gets his knee drained before games, said he will have his knee drained today in an effort to make it through a full practice. He said there was a chance the knee would swell, but suggested it was worth the risk at this point.
Bucs tight end Jerramy Stevens and Bryant were not practicing with the team when practice began on Wednesday. However, defensive end Kyle Moore (knee), running back Earnest Graham (hamstring), defensive end Gaines Adams (ankle), quarterback Byron Leftwich (hip) and cornerback Torrie Cox (ankle) are practicing today.
In other news, Bucs center Jeff Faine (triceps injury)is practicing today and is 99.9 percent sure he will play against the Carolina Panthers.
We will have more news from One Buc Place throughout the day.
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