Buccaneers vs. Seahawks: Wednesday Injury Report

Here is the Wednesday injury report for the Buccaneers game against the Seahawks.

Happy early Thanksgiving, Buccaneers fans. We have a big one in store for us this week. The Seattle Seahawks come to town with their 7-2-1 record. They also bring with them Russell Wilson, who seems to still be getting better and better with every game.

Seattle enters the game flying high on a three game winning streak. The Bucs have won the last two, including an upset over the Kansas City Chiefs last week. At 5-5, they head into the last part of the season in prime position to make  run for the playoffs.

And they are pretty healthy, which is huge. Let’s look at the injury report:

Player No. Pos. Injury Wednesday
Brent Grimes 24 CB Quadriceps Did Not Participate
Kevin Pamphile 64 G Concussion Full Participation
Jacquizz Rodgers 32 RB Foot Limited Participation
Evan Smith 62 C Knee Did Not Participate
Luke Stocker 88 TE Ankle Limited Participation

Pretty good, right? Jacquizz saw the field again, and Pamphile is back. We will follow Brent Grimes as the days go by, like we always follow the injuries. But the Bucs are basically a full go.

Now for the Seahawks:

Player No. Pos. Injury Wednesday
Michael Bennett 72 DE Knee Did Not Participate
C.J. Prosise 22 RB Shoulder Did Not Participate
Troymaine Pope 43 RB Ankle Did Not Participate
Justin Britt 68 C Ankle Did Not Participate
Tanner McEvoy 19 WR Toe Did Not Participate
Jimmy Graham 88 TE Knee Did Not Participate
Brock Coyle 52 LB Foot Did Not Participate
Damontre Moore 97 DE Foot Did Not Participate
Kevin Pierre-Louis 58 LB Hamstring Limited Participation
DeShawn Shead 35 CB Hamstring Did Not Participate
Richard Sherman 25 CB Ankle Did Not Participate
Earl Thomas 29 S Hamstring Did Not Participate
Russell Wilson 3 QB Knee Full Participation

It’s early in the week, but that list is pretty long. Imagine if even half of these guys were not available on Sunday. It would be pretty nice, am I right?

Have a great holiday, we will keep you abreast of all the injuries as we do every week.

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