Buccaneers Vs. Cowboys Injury Report: Three Bucs Sit Out Wednesday's Practice

Linebacker Quincy Black, defensive end Adrian Clayborn and wide receiver Sammie Stroughter sat out Wednesday's practice for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There is no official word yet on their availability for Sunday's Week 3 game against the Dallas Cowboys. Black and Stroughter sat out with back and foot injuries, respectfully. Clayborn was excused from practice, according to 630 WDAE Tampa Bay.

Black has started one game and recorded 10 tackles for the Bucs this season. Clayborn has started both games, but only has one tackle so far. Stoughter has one catch and 14 yards as a third-team receiver.

On a more positive note, reserve cornerbacks E.J. Biggers and Anthony Gaitor, second-string receiver Preston Parker and backup tackle Jeremy Trueblood participated fully in Wednesday's practice. This bodes well for their playing chances against the Cowboys.

Both Tampa Bay and Dallas enter Week 3 at 1-1, and both teams are coming off losses in week 2.

Read more on the Bucs at Bucs Nation and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more on the Cowboys, check out Blogging the Boys and SB Nation Dallas. For more news and information on the NFL, check out SB Nation's NFL Hub Page.

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