Tampa Bay Buccaneers Injury Report, Week 14: Albert Haynesworth, Josh Freeman Questionable

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be visiting the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, hoping to get back on the winning track. Following Friday's practice, the team released their official practice report which includes probabilities on injured players to participate in this week's game.

The Bucs placed defensive end Tim Crowder on injured reserve on Friday due to a concussion. Also out for Sunday's game is cornerback Aqib Talib, who is suffering from a hamstring injury.

Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is being listed as questionable for the game, but was able to participate in a full practice on Friday after being unable to participate in practice at all on Wednesday and Thursday due to a knee injury. Also questionable is quarterback Josh Freeman, whose shoulder injury resulted in limited practice on all three days.

The following Tampa Bay players are all listed as probable for Sunday's game:

OT James Lee - Knee
TE Luke Stocker - Hip
DE Michael Bennett - Groin
LB Adam Hayward - Foot
DT Brian Price - Ankle

For news and information regarding the Jaguars, please visit Big Cat Country. For all things Tampa Bay football, please visit Bucs Nation.

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