Buccaneers-Falcons Injury Report: Falcons Healthy, Bucs O-Line Banged-Up

Paul Mueller@@ThePaulMuellerSenior Analyst INovember 6, 2010

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line remains banged-up, as center Jeff Faine and tackle Jeremy Trueblood will not play Sunday when the team travels to Atlanta to face the Falcons.

Jeremy Zuttah will start again for Faine, while James Lee gets the start in place of Trueblood. Ted Larsen will continue to start at left guard, and the Buccaneers waived injured guard Keydrick Vincent last week.

Wide receiver Sammy Stroughter, however, is listed as questionable after not practicing all week.

For the Falcons, rookie linebacker Sean Weatherspoon was the only player held out of practice Friday. 

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Out: C Jeff Faine (quadricep), RB Earnest Graham (hamstring), DT Ryan Sims (knee) and T Jeremy Trueblood (knee).

Questionable: WR Sammie Stroughter (foot).

Probable: DT Gerald McCoy (neck), DE Kyle Moore (shoulder), WR Preston Parker (knee) and TE Kellen Winslow (knee). 

 

Atlanta Falcons

Out: TE Justin Peelle (groin).

Questionable: RB Ovie Mughelli (hamstring) and LB Sean Weatherspoon (knee).

Probable: DE John Abraham (ankle), LB Curtis Lofton (knee), CB Dunta Robinson (head, knee) and RB Antone Smith (shoulder).

 

The Buccaneers and Falcons battle fore the NFC South lead at the Georgia Dome at 1 p.m. EDT Sunday.

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