Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Buccaneers Injury Report, November 29

QB Jameis Winston participated fully in Wednesday’s practice

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The Buccaneers and Packers have released their first injury report of the week following today's practices. Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston resumed throwing and participated fully in practice after being out the past three weeks with an AC joint injury in his throwing shoulder. However, four players still remain in concussion protocol for the Buccaneers following a physical Week 12 matchup in Atlanta.

Green Bay running back Ty Montgomery did not participate with injuries to his wrist and ribs. Linebacker Clay Matthews was listed as limited.

See below for the full injury report:

Buccaneers

  • DE Robert Ayers (concussion) – Limited Participation
  • CB Vernon Hargreaves (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
  • WR DeSean Jackson (foot) – Did Not Participate
  • RB Doug Martin (concussion) – Did Not Participate
  • CB Robert McClain (shoulder) – Full Participation
  • DT Gerald McCoy (shoulder) – Full Participation
  • DT Clinton McDonald (back) – Did Not Participate
  • S Josh Robinson (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
  • OL Evan Smith (concussion) – Full Participation
  • S T.J. Ward (concussion) – Did Not Participate
  • QB Jameis Winston (right shoulder) – Full Participation

Packers

  • LB Ahmad Brooks (back) – Limited Participation
  • S Morgan Burnett (groin) – Full Participation
  • DT Kenny Clark (ankle) – Limited Participation
  • DT Quinton Dial (chest) – Limited Participation
  • RB Aaron Jones (knee) – Limited Participation
  • CB Kevin King (shoulder) – Did Not Participate
  • LB Clay Matthews (groin) – Limited Participation
  • RB Ty Montgomery (ribs/wrist) – Did Not Participate
  • G Lucas Patrick (hand) – Full Participation
  • LB Nick Perry (foot) – Limited Participation
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