Cowboys Vs. Buccaneers Injury Report: Tampa Bay Is Healthy Heading Into Dallas

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are healthy heading into their Week 3 game against the Dallas Cowboys. The only Bucs player out is cornerback Anthony Gaitor, who was limited in Friday's practice due to a hamstring injury and is officially out. Gaitor being the the fourth-string defensive back, he would have seen limited time even if he was healthy.

Defensive starters linebacker Quincy Black, and corners Ardian Cayborn and Eric Wright, are listed on the injury report as probable, and each practiced on Friday so should play:


E.J. Biggers CB Foot Full Participation in Practice Probable
Jeremy Trueblood T Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
Quincy Black LB Back Full Participation in Practice Probable
Adrian Clayborn DE Not Injury Related Full Participation in Practice Probable
Eric Wright CB Back Full Participation in Practice Probable
Anthony Gaitor CB Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Out
Preston Parker WR -- Full Participation in Practice --
Sammie Stroughter WR -- Did Not Participate In Practice --

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