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Bucs starting left guard Kevin Pamphile won't travel with the team to Kansas City this weekend, missing a second straight game with a concussion suffered two weeks ago against the Falcons.
TAMPA — Bucs starting LG Kevin Pamphile won't travel with the team to Kansas City this weekend as he misses a second straight game with a concussion suffered two weeks ago against the Falcons.
Eagles cornerback suffered third concussion of his career Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.
Carroll suffered a concussion in the 24-15 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Carroll will now enter the NFL's concussion protocol.
Barbre suffered a hamstring injury in the team's loss to the New York Giants last Sunday.
Celek, who sat out Wednesday’s practice to rest his ribs, was back at practice on Thursday as a limited participant and expects to play this Sunday against the Falcons. By Dave Zangaro
After missing three games with a groin injury, Bennie Logan is set to return the Eagles defensive line this week against the Falcons. By Andrew Kulp
Bucs QB Jameis Winston participated fully in Wednesday's practice, but he's nonetheless included in the Bucs' official injury report for the first time in his NFL career after missing the end of last week's loss to the Falcons with a knee injury.
As the Eagles begin preparing for the Falcons, they are still without starting left guard Allen Barbre, who did not practice Wednesday. By Dave Zangaro
The defensive tackle missed the past two games with a grin injury, but head coach Doug Pederson expected him back at practice this week.
The Bucs' injury problems this season have been concentrated at two positions -- running back and defensive end -- and that continued Thursday as RB Antone Smith and DE Howard Jones suffered season-ending knee injuries in the loss to the Falcons, coach Dirk Koetter said.
TAMPA — With their top three running backs sidelined by injuries, the Bucs gave undrafted rookie Peyton Barber the start Thursday against the Falcons at Raymond James Stadium.
TAMPA — So much has changed since Week 1, when the Bucs edged the Falcons 31-24 in Dirk Koetter's NFL head coaching debut. The Bucs' top two rushers, Doug Martin and Charles Sims, are injured. The Falcons' leading rusher (Tevin Coleman) and leading receiver (tight end Jacob Tamme) from that game are out with injuries as well. If the Bucs …
Bucs defensive tackle Clinton McDonald will miss a fourth straight game with a hamstring injury, the team announced Wednesday in ruling him out for Thursday night's home game against the Falcons.