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WR Antonio Brown – Knee – Did Not Participate

WR Mike Evans – Knee – Limited Participation

WR Chris Godwin – Quadriceps – Limited Participation

RB Ronald Jones – Quad/Finger – Limited Participation

DL Jeremiah Ledbetter – Calf – Full Participation

G Ali Marpet – Pectoral – Full Participation

CB Sean Murphy-Bunting – Quad/Ankle – Limited Participation

OLB Jason Pierre-Paul – Knee/Not Injury Related – Did Not Participate

SS Jordan Whitehead – Knee – Limited Participation

* Tampa Bay conducted a walk-through on Wednesday. The practice status is an estimation based on the level of participation player would have had in a regular practice.

Packers

LB Krys Barnes – Thumb – Limited Participation

K Mason Crosby – Shoulder – Limited Participation

RB AJ Dillon – Quadricep – Limited Participation

DL Kingsley Keke – Concussion – Limited Participation

WR Allen Lazard – Wrist/Back – Limited Participation

TE Marcedes Lewis – Knee – Limited Participation

S Will Redmond – Knee – Full Participation

LB Za’Darius Smith – Thumb – Limited Participation

WR Equanimeous St. Brown – Knee/Ankle – Limited Participation

TE Rick Wagner – Knee – Limited Participation

RB Jamaal Williams – Ankle – Limited Participation

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drdneast
4 months ago

WTF is going on with all these Quads. On both sides. Geeesh.

Sheldon
Reply to  drdneast
4 months ago

Same thing I’ve been saying. Just like last yr with the hamstrings.

eaustinyoung
Reply to  drdneast
4 months ago

My theory is different offensive/defensive schemes. Different routes, slants, motion packages require different cuts and movements on both sides of the ball. Obviously different movements rely on different muscle groups more than others. Maybe the schemes this season overwork the quads versus the hamstrings last year? That’s the only reason I can think that specific injury types come in patterns. Then once you tweak it, it likely lingers. But I’m not a doctor or sports scientist, just inductively thinking.

TBChucky
4 months ago

Hope Brown gets The green light for Sunday’s game.. Vea too!

cobraboy
4 months ago

No Vea update? Or is he not on the injury list?

drdneast
Reply to  cobraboy
4 months ago

Vea did a walk through in practice. Tomorrow they put some speed in it. More will be known then. The way Arians talks it sounds like he is going to play if he practices well. He will be rusty though but he will also be fresh as hell and nagging injury free.

Kramerica Industries
Reply to  drdneast
4 months ago

I don’t know if the “fresh” idea translates well when you’ve been rehabbing a broken leg.

Lawdy
Reply to  cobraboy
4 months ago

he isnt injured anymore which is why he wont appear on this list. hes fully healed, the only thing the team doesnt know is how good of football shape hes in.

Dave
Reply to  Lawdy
4 months ago

I’m pretty sure he’s still on IR, so Arians doesn’t have to give an official practice report for Vea. Once he’s officially activated to the active roster, then the Bucs are mandated to give a practice designation or injury designation. I believe the deadline is Saturday to activate Vea

Last edited 4 months ago by Dave
Spitfire
4 months ago

A lot of people knocked up on both sides. You know anyone who can walk out onto the field is going to try. Hopefully none of our injuries effect anyone in a major way come Sunday.

drdneast
4 months ago

Just looked at Packers schedule after the Bucs and they were hardly playing NFL powerhouses. Looked like they only played two teams in the regular season with winning records after us, Tennessee and Indy. Loss to a good defensive team in Indy and thumped Tennessee, who had a poor defense and no pass rush. We didn’t have Vea the last time we played and still registered four sacks. The Packers will be without their starting LT. The Packers, however, are rushing the QB better now than they were against us. Like most pocket passers, the way to get Rogers off… Read more »

Spitfire
Reply to  drdneast
4 months ago

I was gonna post the same thing. You could argue their schedule after us was way easier than ours and looks like they only beat two teams with a winning record against the Saints before us and the Titans after us. They are capable of great things but at least we know what worked against them in Week 6. Take that game plan and work in proper defense against their excessive play action and set our Defense loose on them.

eaustinyoung
Reply to  drdneast
4 months ago

Anything can happen but after shutting down the murderer’s row of Chase Young, Montez Sweat, Trey Hendrickson, and Cam Jordon in back-to-back weeks, I’m really not seeing what every “expert” and “unbiased” fan thinks Za’Darius Smith will be able to do. He’s not THAT good.

fredster
4 months ago

Lots of injuries for sure. Seems like Godwin has been injured most the season. The drops in Washington and then couples ire against Saints. Bucs can and should win here just like Saints game. Both offenses are formidable but I like Bucs D better for sure overall. The cold is a wildcard. Yes Brady and some have played in it but most of Bucs haven’t. Could create unique challenges for us catching ball and running if it snows. Go Bucs.