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buccaneers injury report

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OUT

jeff demps, rb

doug martin, rb

carl nicks, g

 

QUESTIONABLE

dashon goldson, s

chris owusu, wr

mike williams, wr

 

PROBABLE

michael adams, cb

mark barron, s

da'quan bowers, de

tom crabtree, te

davin joseph, g

akeem spence, dl

keith tandy, s

 

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F yeah no Doug Martin

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Would be nice if Goldson sat this one out, anyone know if he's expected to play?

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I really really really don't want dashon goldson giving one of our guys a concussion.

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hopefully rivera hasnt infected everyone on the team with his flu poo, forgot who it was but another player is sick.

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I heard Freeman is out too and some gumby looking long necked ginger is starting at QB.

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hopefully rivera hasnt infected everyone on the team with his flu poo, forgot who it was but another player is sick.

Hopefully it's Fua.
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With Tampa Bay down Martin and their #2 Wide Out we need to double Jackson.

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