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October 8, 2010 @ 9:13 am
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Bucs-Bengals Friday Injury Report

Written by Wolf
Heard
Wolf Heard

Wolf
Heard

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The Buccaneers only had one player absent from Friday’s practice. Linebacker Adam Hayward is suffering from illness and did not participate today. Tight end Kellen Winslow (knee), wide receiver Maurice Stovall (back), defensive end Kyle Moore (shoulder), and linebacker Niko Koutouvides (ankle) all fully participated at One Buc Place today. All five players mentioned are probable for Sunday’s game against the Bengals.

Meanwhile for Cincinnati, defensive end Jonathan Fanene (hamstring), wide receivers Chad Ochocinco (groin) and Jordan Shipley (concussion), and safety Roy Williams (knee) did not partake in practice today. Fanene and Shipley have been ruled out for the game, Williams is doubtful, and Ochocinco is listed as probable. Linebacker Dhani Jones (hamstring), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (forearm), running back Bernard Scott (hamstring), and defensive tackle Pat Sims (knee) fully participated and are all listed as probable.
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    Moving the D-linemen around is counter-intuitive. My experience has been that you need reps in one very specific position on the offensive or defensive line before you can really start to get good at the spot. I do wonder if the varied packages might/are stunting development. I've just got to hope that this has all been discussed and they know what they're doing.
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    If we don't send a pass rush in this game with 2 of the 3 starting receivers for Cin. injured then I give up.
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    Horse, Don't give up, we likely won't have much of that until season end, we just have to be patient and wait. If Morris would quit moving McCoy and others all over the place, then it would evelop faster.
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