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October 29, 2010 @ 8:17 am
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Bucs Friday Injury Report: Trueblood Will Not Play

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Here is the Friday injury report for the Buccaneers heading into Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals:

Center Jeff Faine (quadriceps), right guard Jeremy Trueblood (knee), and defensive tackle Brian Price (pelvis) have been ruled out for the game. Cornerbacks Aqib Talib (calf) and Elbert Mack (heel), tight end Kellen Winslow (knee), fullback Earnest Graham (hamstring), running back LeGarrette Blount (illness), and defensive end Alex McGee (illness) are listed as probable. Linebacker Geno Hayes (knee) and defensive end Kyle Moore (shoulder) are listed as questionable, while wide receiver Preston Parker (knee) is doubtful to play.

James Lee will make his first career start at the right tackle position in place of Trueblood.


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    Hey Pewter Report - What's the behind the sceens story on Vincent being let go? Injury related?
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    If Hayes can't go, I'd like to see Black moved to Will so he can be on the field more and Hayward can come in at Sam. I doubt Watson is anywhere near ready to start.
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    At least trueblood being out should save us a few yellow hankies.
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    James Lee may be a stud... not a huge Trueblood fan, even though he's played pretty well at times this season.
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