The Tampa Bay Buccaneers completed their weekly 30-minute walkthrough at One Buccaneer Place on Friday morning. Bucs head coach Tony Dungy said his club is relatively healthy entering tomorrow's NFC Divisional Playoff contest against the Washington Redskins.
"Some of the guys got some treatment today and we feel pretty good with Warren Sapp and Donnie Abraham and some of the other guys that had muscle strains," Dungy said. Both Sapp and Abraham are expected to be in the starting lineup tomorrow.
One Buccaneer player who is in jeopardy of not seeing action tomorrow is WR Reidel Anthony. Anthony, who re-injured his left quadricep at the end of yesterday's practice, will be a game-time decision according to Dungy.
"We'll have to wait and see on Reidel's status tomorrow morning," Dungy said after the morning walk through.
DT Brad Culpepper (right foot sprain), G Frank Middleton (right knee sprain), G Jorge Diaz (right knee sprain), WR Jacquez Green (right foot strain) and S Damien Robinson (left hip flexor strain) are all listed as probable for Saturday's contest.
The Buccaneers named DT James Cannida and QB Trent Dilfer this week's inactives. Tampa Bay named only two inactive players because the placement of T Paul Gruber and G Ken Blackman on injured reserve last week left Tampa Bay's roster at just 51 players