The Buccaneers were without four players during Wednesday’s cooler practice outside. Cornerbacks Carlton Davis and M.J. Stewart were both held out, Davis for the start of his second-straight week after suffering a hip injury during pregame warmups in Seattle. Stewart came out of Sunday’s game with a knee issue, which is what kept him out on Wednesday. Outside linebacker Anthony Nelson also sat out for the start of his second-straight week also following an injury against the Seahawks.
Right tackle Demar Dotson was held out but Head Coach Bruce Arians said it was nothing more than a ‘vet day’ and that he should be back to practice tomorrow. Fellow offensive lineman Ali Marpet and outside linebacker Carl Nassib both practiced in a limited capacity, with Nassib returning to practice for the first time since Week Nine.
The Saints also listed six players on their report. The most notable name being cornerback Marshon Lattimore, who was designated as ‘week to week’ could miss Sunday’s game after suffering a hamstring injury in the game against the Falcons. His absence from Wednesday’s practice seems to make the chance of that happening more likely.
Read below for the full injury report for both teams:
CB Carlton Davis (hip) – Did Not Participate
T Demar Dotson (not injury related) – Did Not Participate
G Ali Marpet (ankle) – Limited Participation
OLB Carl Nassib (groin) – Limited Participation
OLB Anthony Nelson (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
CB M.J. Stewart (knee) – Did Not Participate
LB Demario Davis (hamstring) – Limited Participation
WR Deonte Harris (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
CB Marshon Lattimore (hamstring) – Did Not Participate
FB Zach Line (knee) – Limited Participation
G Andrus Peat (forearm) – Did Not Participate
CB Patrick Robinson (hamstring) – Full Participation
*Bold indicates change in status from previous day