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October 21, 2011 @ 3:15 pm
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Buccaneers Injury Report 10/21

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Tampa Bay released its updated injury report Friday afternoon that includes each player's listed game status.

Two Buccaneers -- C Jeff Faine (biceps) and WR Sammie Stroughter (ankle) -- are out for Sunday's London game against Chicago. Faine was injured before halftime last week against New Orleans and has not practiced at all while with the team overseas. Stroughter has not played since being hurt during Week 1's loss to Detroit. He participated a limited amount in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but sat out Friday's session.

RB LeGarrette Blount (knee) also did not participate again on Friday and is listed as doubtful come game time. It was reported earlier this afternoon on ESPN's SportsCenter, though, that Blount will not be seeing the field against the Bears.

After practicing Wednesday and Thursday, DT Gerald McCoy (ankle) sat out Friday's session and is listed as questionable.

As he has all week in London, TE Luke Stocker (knee) participated in full on Friday and is also questionable.

The other two Buccaneers on the list -- DE Michael Bennett (groin) and LB Mason Foster (ankle) -- are both probables for Sunday. Bennett participated in full as he did on Thursday and Foster upgraded from limited action on Wednesday and Thursday to fully practicing on Friday.

Chicago has two players listed as out for Sunday's game: T Gabe Carimi (knee) and TE Kellen Davis (elbow). Five other players are described as probables: WR Earl Bennett (chest), WR Devin Hester (chest), DT Matt Toeaina (knee), S Anthony Walters (knee) and S Major Wright (hip).

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