Tampa Bay Buccaneers Injury Report, Week 17: Defensive Line Depth Still A Concern

The injury report for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers actually improved slightly on Thursday but it is a little deceiving considering that Thursday's practice was just a walk-through. There is still concern as to whether or not defensive tackles Albert Haynesworth or Roy Miller will be able to play on Sunday.

Linebacker Geno Hayes was listed as a full-participant in Thursday's practice as was wide receiver Sammie Stroughter for the second consecutive day.

Here is a look at the full Tampa Bay Buccaneers injury report for Thursday, December 29:

Did Not Participate
Arrelious Benn (neck)
Michael Bennett (toe)
Adrian Clayborn (hamstring)
Brian Price (ankle)
Jeremy Trueblood (concussion)
Kellen Winslow (not injury related)

Fully Participated
Geno Hayes (finger)
Albert Haynesworth (knee)
Adam Hayward (foot)
Roy Miller (back)
Preston Parker (concussion)
Sammie Stroughter (knee)

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