The Buccaneers’ second injury report of the week had some additions, both to who was practicing and the report itself. Both defensive ends Vinny Curry and Carl Nassib returned to practice on Thursday. Curry had missed the Washington game after not practicing all of last week or this past Wednesday as he’s battling an ankle injury. Both of those guys practicing is good news for a Bucs team that will be charged with getting to Giants quarterback Eli Manning to keep the passing game at a minimum and accounting for one of the best running backs in the league in Saquon Barkley. New additions to the report include center Ryan Jensen, who practiced in a limited capacity with a hamstring issue, and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul who still practiced fully but has a hand injury.
The Giants got every player back to full participation that was listed on their report, meaning they look to be heading into Sunday’s contest completely healthy.
See below for the full injury report.
DT Beau Allen (foot) – Limited Participation
RB Peyton Barber (ankle) – Limited Participation
DE Vinny Curry (ankle) – Limited Participation
LB Lavonte David (knee) – Did Not Participate
T Demar Dotson (knee/shoulder) – Limited Participation
S Justin Evans (toe) – Did Not Participate
WR Chris Godwin (ankle) – Did Not Participate
C Ryan Jensen (hamstring) – Limited Participation
RB Ronald Jones (hamstring) – Limited Participation
DE Carl Nassib (elbow) – Limited Participation
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (hand) – Full Participation
CB M.J. Stewart (foot) – Did Not Participate
CB Antonio Hamilton (hip) – Full Participation
LB Alec Ogletree (rib) – Full Participation
FB Eli Penny (back) – Full Participate
S Curtis Riley (shoulder) – Full Participate