Three ‘Skins Questionable for Sunday

Both the Buccaneers and the Redskins have already ruled out one reserve cornerback for Sunday’s game at Raymond James Stadium, but Washington’s final injury report has significantly more question marks than Tampa Bay’s.

Beyond cornerback Anthony Gaitor, who is out again due to his lingering hamstring issue, the Bucs have just four players on their Friday injury report, all of them listed as probable.  Friday’s report is the first one of the week that includes game designations, and a listing of probable means it is virtually certain that a player will be available for normal duty on game day.  That’s good news for starting left guard Carl Nicks, who scaled back to limited participation in Friday’s practice but should be at his normal post on Sunday.

The Redskins, however, have three players that have been designated as questionable, including two starters and the team’s primary kick return man.  Starting left tackle Trent Williams (knee) is one of those three, but it could be seen as a positive development for Washington that Williams returned to practice in a limited fashion on Friday after sitting out on Wednesday and Thursday.  Also questionable are WR Pierre Garcon and return man Brandon Banks.  Here are the full reports for both teams:

Buccaneers

Player Injury Practice Status Game Status
CB E.J. Biggers Foot Full Participation Probable
CB Anthony Gaitor Hamstring Did Not Participate Out
CB Leonard Johnson Back Full Participation Probable
G Carl Nicks Toe Limited Participation Probable
LB Dekoda Watson Chest Full Participation Probable

Redskins

Player Injury Practice Status Game Status
WR Brandon Banks Hip Limited Participation Questionable
WR Pierre Garcon Foot Limited Participation Questionable
CB Cedric Griffin Hamstring Did Not Participate Out
WR Leonard Hankerson Back Full Participation Probable
S Brandon Meriweather Knee Full Participation Probable
RB Evan Royster Knee Full Participation Probable
T Trent Williams Knee Limited Participation Questionable

 

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