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October 12, 2011 @ 3:40 pm
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Foster, McCoy, Blount Headline Bucs' Injury Report - 10/12

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The Buccaneers released their Wednesday afternoon injury report and listed the following ten players.

LeGarrette Blount (knee), Mason Foster (ankle), Gerald McCoy (ankle), Luke Stocker (knee), Kellen Winslow (not injury related) and Sammie Stroughter (foot) all did not participate in practice Wednesday.

Quincy Black (ankle), Zac Diles (hamstring), and James Lee (knee) were limited in their participation.

Aqib Talib (knee) was listed as full participation.

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    I count 8 players that are Questionable or Doubtful. If all of them are ruled out Sunday, we will be one man short in active players!!
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    This is from Pat Yakinsas: “We know [Earnest Graham] can step in,’’ receiver Mike Williams said. “And we know what’s his name?’’ “His’’ name is Kregg Lumpkin and the media quickly reminded Williams of that fact. “Yeah, Lumpkin,’’ Williams said. Hilarious...What's his name?....he didn't even remember his name!
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    Well I don't know if Royster is any good, but I've seen Lumpkin and he is not, in fact what has he ever done to earn a spot on the roster, was he good even in college?? I think I'd rather hand it off to Lorig, at least he is inexperienced enough that he doesn't have any bad tape.
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    Evan Roysters, go get him from the Redskins practice squad. He tore us up in the preseason, he's that compliment back for Blount and a great fill in. The dude can run.
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