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December 30, 2011 @ 9:10 pm
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Bucs Injuries Piling Up

Written by Mark
Cook
Mark Cook

Mark
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The Buccaneers released their injury report late this afternoon and the list of walking wounded has grown to eleven, however only T Jeremy Trueblood (concussion) has definitely been ruled out for Sunday’s season finale at Atlanta.

Players who were listed as questionable were; WR Arrelious Benn (neck), DE Michael Bennett (toe), DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), and DT Brian Price (ankle).



Those that are probable for the Bucs New Year’s Day 4:15 contest were; DE Adrian Clayborn (hamstring), LB Geno Hayes (finger), LB Adam Hayward (foot), DT Roy Miller (back), WR Preston Parker (concussion), and WR Sammie Stroughter (knee).

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    Finally a TD !! with 2:04 left in the half...Closing the gap......Yeah right..
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    42 to ZERO with 6 minutes left in the first half...
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    And Kellen with yet ANOTHER turnover...saved by the replay...
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    21st pick just thrown cuz Lump and KWJ ran into one another !! ARE YOU F**KIN KIDDING ME ?! Got to dump Kellen,he is a bum....
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    Here in L.A. (future home of the Buccaneers),the game is on channel 11 and the movie 'Radio" is on 13 !!
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    If this is how Josh is going to play,maybe Freeman should be traded for picks....The Heem/olson era is apparently already over...
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    20 to NOTHING.... Great job Bucs...Hope Heem and Olson are still in tampa next year ~raymond james could use a couple new janitors... They would probably blow at that too...
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    So, is that the real injury list or the list of players who've quit?
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    Good point Horse, but what if somehow we make the playoffs, lol!!
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    Great idea, Horse.
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    I agree with you Horse. I think that it all comes down to being loyal to your players. It's kind of the mindset of hanging onto a high draft pick for way too long because of the investment, or holding onto a great player too late into their career. It might look like a slap in the face prior to a season ending, and more acceptable during the actual offseason when changes are expected. Thats my take.
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    pewterreport mark; What am I missing here as to why we shouldn't put anyone who we know will not play that is injured on IR? My thoughts are that we could grab a few players from other Practice Squads that the Scouts liked andI know it is a long shot but could make this team in 2012? It's not costing that much to bring them in for one game even if they are all inactive. I must be missing something about IR rules?
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