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December 8, 2011 @ 6:14 pm
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Freeman Improving, Hoping To Play Sunday

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Mark Cook


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The Buccaneers head into Sunday’s matchup with the Jaguars a semi-wounded bunch. There was some good news for Bucs fans as QB Josh Freeman was able to practice and head coach Raheem Morris said he is day-to-day. Freeman is making good progress and was able to throw in Thursday afternoon’s workout.

Other Buccaneers listed on Thursday’s injury report were:

Cornerback Aqib Talib (hamstring) defensive end Tim Crowder (concussion), defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth (knee), safety Larry Asante (hamstring), linebacker Adam Hayward (foot) and tight end Luke Stocker (hip) all did not practice.

Offensive lineman James Lee (knee) fully practiced on Thursday and defensive end (Michael Bennett (groin) who has missed the past two games told PewterReport.com he will play on Sunday.


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    Glad to hear that Freeman is better than what I thought. It's tough to say anything when the Buc Organization doesn't talk that much to the media people. Whoever their public relation people are can I also get a job there because I don't think communication skills are required.
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    Haha I love it!
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    Luke Stocker is so far a clone of Maurice Stovall. Can someone please explain why this player can not get healthy? I still can not figure out why we do not put some of the injured players on IR and replace them with healthy PS players whether from this team or or other teams rosters.
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