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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Buccaneers Injury Report: Josh McCown, Michael Johnson

By on 9/28/2014 11:45:00 AM

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been nothing short of embarrassing so far. Heading into today’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bucs better get things turned around quickly or they are going to be staring at a dismal 0 – 4 record: 

The Buccaneers final Injury Report for Week 4 let us know not to expect DE Larry English (Hamstring) or Mason Foster (Shoulder) for today’s game. Both players were DNPs this week at practice, meaning it would be a miracle if either English or Foster took to the field today. 

The biggest absence felt during today’s game will be in the form of QB Josh McCown (Right Thumb), as he has been listed as doubtful after not participating in any of the team’s practices this week. 

Another player that is likely not going to be suiting up for today’s game is DE Michael Johnson (Ankle). Michael has been listed as questionable, which makes sense as he ankle limited the amount of time he was able to put in this week. 

Now to the players that were listed as probable by the team and will likely see action today. Being the team’s first string, there is no question that the Bucs will be happy to see WR Vincent Jackson (Wrist) on the field come game time. It also appears that both DE William Gholston (Shoulder) and Doug Martin (Knee) will be back in action as well. Both players were able to take part in full practice all week. 

In the Case of DT Gerald McCoy (Hand) and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Ankle), despite not participating in full practice this week, the Bucs decided both players health was improving and listed them as probable for today’s game. 

With tip-off starting at 1:00 PM EST, hopefully the Bucs were able to rest well last night, because they are going to need to dig deep to pull out a win on Heinz Field today.

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