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Buccaneers Injury Report, December 27

The Buccaneers and Saints released their first injury reports of the week

Pictures from the Buccaneers' practice on Wednesday.

The Buccaneers and Saints have released their injury reports following Wednesday's practices.

Most notably for the Buccaneers, wide receiver DeSean Jackson was practicing and defensive end Robert Ayers also returned, both in a limited capacity. Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy also continued to practice in a limited capacity. Despite his limited status, McCoy played and registered a sack in Sunday's game against Carolina. Tight end Cameron Brate was held out with a nagging knee and hip injury.

Wide receivers Brandon Coleman and Michael Thomas were both on Wednesday's report for New Orleans. Coleman was kept out entirely, while Thomas was limited.

See below for the full injury report:


  • DE Robert Ayers (shoulder) – Limited Participation
  • LB Devante Bond (ankle) – Did Not Participate
  • TE Cameron Brate (hip/knee) – Did Not Participate
  • LB Lavonte David (hamstring) – Limited Participation
  • WR Chris Godwin (ankle) – Did Not Participate
  • WR DeSean Jackson (ankle) – Limited Participation
  • DT Gerald McCoy (biceps) – Limited Participation
  • DE Ryan Russell (shoulder) – Limited Participation
  • CB Ryan Smith (ankle) – Limited Participation


  • T Terron Armstead (thigh) – Did Not Participate
  • WR Brandon Coleman (neck) – Did Not Participate
  • DE Trey Hendrickson (ankle) – Did Not Participate
  • TE Garrett Griffin (foot) – Limited Participation
  • TE Josh Hill (shoulder) – Limited Participation
  • G Senio Kelemete (knee) – Limited Participation
  • TE Michael Hoomanawanui (concussion) – Limited Participation
  • LB Hau'oli Kikaha (ankle) – Did Not Participate
  • WR Michael Thomas (hamstring) - Limited Participation
  • T Ryan Ramczyk (thigh) - Limited Participation
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