Four players were listed on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' injury report Wednesday, according to WDAE in Tampa. Defensive tackle Roy Miller (illness) missed practice, while center Ted Larsen (illness) was limited and linebacker Dakota Watson (hamstring) and defensive end Michael Bennett (ankle) were active. The status of all four players remains uncertain for Tampa's game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
In addition to those injuries, the Bucs placed offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood on injured reserve Tuesday, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Trueblood suffered a shoulder injury against the Falcons on Sunday. Tampa Bay signed Derek Hardman earlier today in an attempt to shore up offensive line depth. The Bucs have one roster spot remaining, according to the Times.
The Bucs currently sit at 6-5 and find themselves in the middle of the playoff hunt. If the playoffs started today, they would be tied with Minnesota and Seattle for the final wild card spot. The game against the Broncos kicks off at 4 p.m. EST.