PewterReport.com is reporting Bucs wide receivers Antonio Bryant and Michael Clayton returned to practice Monday.
Bryant missed Tampa Bay's first three preseason games after undergoing knee surgery. Clayton has missed a significant amount of practice time and preseason play due to a nagging hamstring injury.
The Bucs are practicing in shells (shoulder pads, jerseys, helmets and shorts). The team will host the Houston Texans in its preseason finale on Friday night.
Kicker Matt Bryant (hamstring), linebacker Adam Hayward (ankle), safety Donte Nicholson (quad) and running back Kareem Huggins (knee) are being held out of practice.
PewterReport.com will have more on this story later today.
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