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Buccaneers Injury Report, December 6

DE Robert Ayers and RB Doug Martin practiced fully but are still in concussion protocol.


The Buccaneers and Lions have released their first injury reports of the week. As the Buccaneers take on their second NFC North opponent in as many weeks, notable changes in the injury report include both defensive tackle Robert Ayers and running back Doug Martin practicing fully. Both players still need to clear concussion protocol so their status for Sunday remains uncertain.

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was limited with an injury to his throwing hand suffered in last week's game against Baltimore.

See below for the full injury report:


  • DE Robert Ayers (concussion) – Full Participation
  • CB Vernon Hargreaves (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
  • C Joe Hawley (illness) – Did Not Participate
  • RB Doug Martin (concussion) – Full Participation
  • DT Clinton McDonald (back) – Did Not Participate
  • S Josh Robinson (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
  • DE Ryan Russell (knee) – Did Not Participate
  • S T.J. Ward (concussion) – Did Not Participate
  • QB Jameis Winston (ankle) – Full Participation


  • RB Ameer Abdullah (neck) – Limited Participation
  • CB Jamal Agnew (knee) – Limited Participation
  • DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) – Did Not Participate
  • DE Dwight Freeney (not injury related) - Did Not Participate
  • G T.J. Lang (foot) - Did Not Participate
  • P Sam Martin (right foot) – Limited Participation
  • T Corey Robinson (foot) – Limited Participation
  • QB Matthew Stafford (right hand) - Limited Participation
  • C Travis Swanson (knee) – Limited Participation
  • DE Cornelius Washington (shoulder) – Limited Participation
  • T Rick Wagner (ankle) – Did Not Participate
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