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Buccaneers Injury Report, October 19

A look at Wednesday's injury report.

During his press conference on Wednesday, Buccaneers Head Coach Dirk Koetter said that running back Doug Martin suffered a setback. As a result, he was unable to practice on Wednesday. Martin has not been available for the Bucs since injuring his hamstring in the team's Week 2 loss to the Cardinals. Also missing practice on Wednesday were defensive end Robert Ayers and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald. After missing last week's game, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy returned to practice in a limited capacity while wide receiver Cecil Shorts was also able to participate in some drills. Below is a look at Wednesday's full injury report:BUCCANEERS

RB Doug Martin (hamstring) - did not participate
DE Robert Ayers (ankle) - did not participate
DT Clinton McDonald (hamstring) - did not participate
WR Cecil Shorts (hamstring) - limited
DT Gerald McCoy (calf) - limited
C Joe Hawley (knee) - limited
TE Luke Stocker (ankle) - full

DT Arik Armstead (shoulder) - full
G Zane Beadles (ankle) - full
DT DeForest Buckner (foot) - full
DT Quinton Dial (knee) - full
DT Glenn Dorsey (knee) - full
G Joshua Garnett (foot) - limited
RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder) - did not participate
WR Jeremy Kerley (ankle) - full
TE Vance McDonald (hip) - full
CB Rashard Robinson (concussion) - did not participate
S Jaquiski Tartt (quad) - limited
CB Jimmie Ward (quad) - full

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