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November 25, 2011 @ 6:06 pm
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Titans' Ruud Won't Play Sunday, Bennett Doubtful for Bucs

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Horchak 
Victoria Horchak 

Victoria
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Tampa Bay released their updated injury report on Friday and listed the following eight players.


DT Brian Price (forearm) and T Jeremy Trueblood (knee) were listed as full participation in practice.


DE Michael Bennett (groin), DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), LB Adam Hayward  (foot), S Tanard Jackson (hamstring), and LB Dekoda Watson (groin) were all listed as not participating in practice.


TE Kellen Winslow (not injury related) was did not practice but will play Sunday.


For Sunday’s game in Tennessee Haynesworth, Price, and Trueblood are listed as probable.

 Hayward, Jackson, and Watson are listed as questionable. Bennett is listed as doubtful meaning rookie Da'Quan Bowers most likely will make his first start at left defensive end. 


For Tennessee, Barrett Ruud was declared out for Sunday’s matchup with Tampa Bay on the Titans’ injury report. The seven-year vet has been hampered with a groin injury and was unable to practice this week. Titans’ QB Matt Hasselbeck (elbow) was listed as probable and is expected to start.

-Mark Cook contributed to this report

Last modified on Friday, 25 November 2011 19:22
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    @mjmoody You're retarded dude. Rudd was a great player. He is a little undersized and not a big hitter, but if he would have had the line we do now I think we never would have let him go. He is actually the player I miss the most watching play this year. How many INT's does Foster have? Oh none...I'm not saying Foster is a bad player, I think he will be good, I just liked Rudd. I would have likes watching him play today.
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    That's good news for the Bucs' struggles on offense. Ruud is a smart guy with good instincts and I'm grateful for what he did for the Bucs' while in Tampa. I didn't want to have to watch him being drug down the field behind Blount Sunday afternoon.
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