The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made two active roster moves Friday, promoting defensive tackle Keith Wright and releasing DT Jon Bradley.
Wright signed on to Tampa Bay’s practice squad on Nov. 24 shortly after he was released by the Indianapolis Colts’ 53-man roster. He originally entered the NFL in 2003 as the Houston Texans’ sixth-round draft pick.
Bradley played in six games with the Bucs this season and totaled six tackles and one sack.
In addition to those two roster moves, Tampa Bay signed defensive end Corey Smith to its eight-man practice squad.
BUCS-SAINTS INJURY REPORT
DE Simeon Rice (hamstring)
S Dwight Smith (knee)
S John Howell (ankle)
T Kenyatta Walker (leg)
TE Dave Moore (ankle)
TE Ken Dilger (ribs)
S Jermaine Phillips (arm)
G Kendyl Jacox (knee)
LB Roger Knight (knee)
LB Sedrick Hodge (knee)
TE Ernie Conwell (back)
G Montra Holland (foot)
LB Orlando Huff (ankle)
INJURY REPORT KEY:
Probable: Player has a 75 percent chance of playing.
Questionable: Player has a 50 percent chance of playing.
Doubtful: Player has a 25 percent chance of playing.
Out: Player will not play in game.
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