Bucs Injury Report

December 12 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in pretty good shape this week in terms of health. The Bucs only have four players listed on the injury list, and it looks like all of them have a good chance of playing in this Sunday's game against Chicago. Buccaneer Magazine has the latest news on Tampa Bay's injury front.

KEY

OUT: 100 percent chance of not playing

DOUBTFUL: 25 percent chance of playing

QUESTIONABLE: 50 percent chance of playing

PROBABLE: 75 percent chance of playing.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS INJURY REPORT:

QUESTIONABLE: S Eric Vance (Knee)

PROBABLE:

C Jeff Christy (Thumb)

WR Keyshawn Johnson (Foot/Ankle)

LB Jeff Gooch (Hamstring)

Although the injuries to the four players do not appear to be serious, head coach Tony Dungy will get a better feel for their chances of playing this Sunday against Chicago based on how they do throughout the week of practice.

"We really don't have a lot of serious injuries," said Dungy. "Keyshawn (Johnson) has an ankel sprain that we're going to have to see what he can do today. Jeff Christy has a sprained thumb that will inhibit his snapping a little bit, but shouldn't bother him playing. Eric Vance has some swelling in his knee. Those are the only three guys that may miss some practice time."


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