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September 16, 2010 @ 12:03 pm
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Bucs-Panthers Thursday Injury Report

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released their injury report for Thursday’s practice.

Running back Kareem Huggins (groin) and tight end Kellen Winslow (precautionary) did not participate in today’s practice at Tropicana Field. Linebacker Niko Koutouvides (ankle) and fullback Chris Pressley (knee) were limited. Quarterback Josh Freeman (thumb) and defensive tackle Roy Miller (illness) were full-go at practice.

For the Panthers, defensive tackle Louis Leonard (elbow), wide receiver Charly Martin (hamstring), and left tackle Jeff Otah (knee) did not practice today. Defensive end Tyler Brayton (ankle), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (hamstring), cornerback Chris Gamble (ankle), linebacker Jordan Senn (ankle), and running back Tyrell Sutton (ankle) were limited in practice. Quarterback Matt Moore fully participated in practice today and appears to be the starter for Sunday’s game.
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    I think the Buc's are capable of winning any game on any given Sunday. All games are winnable. We have a good corp of receivers, Freeman is completing over 60% of his passes on a broken thumb, Caddy is running strong and we have some young bruisers waiting for their turn at fullback, the defense is starting to show signs of being much more dominant than last year. Don't count this team out of any game. We beat New Orleans last year AT New Orleans when virtually everybody said it was impossible. Nothing is impossible and I still say if this team starts to believe in itself...the race to 10 is going to be won.
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    While I appreciate the thought of testing our young team against the 'best' Carolina has to offer at QB, I think wins early in the season are more valuable to our confidence. I don't see many winnable games after this early stretch of games. Having a rookie QB would make the Panthers go more conservative, so we could focus more on the running game. Still not sure if we can stop it anyways...? Fingers crossed.
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    Moore or Clausen, it doesn't matter. I'd rather them bring their best. The only way our young guys get better is by battling against the best. This is the same reason I'm disappointed we won't be playing against Roethlisberger. We're young and we need to be tested each and every week.
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    Ask Atlanta if they were tested. Football is a team game. Moore doesn't have any more starts than Freeman.
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