Chiefs vs. Buccaneers injury report: Tampa Bay DT Roy Miller questionable

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Tampa Bay doesn't have too many injuries to worry about this week.

Following their Week 5 bye, the Tampa Bay Bucs head into Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs relatively healthy. Defensive tackle Roy Miller did not participate in practice on Friday and is listed as questionable with back injury, but the Buccaneers are expected to have everyone else available.

Offensive guard Carl Nicks (toe), offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood (illness) and cornerback Eric Wright (head) fully participated in Friday's practice and are probable.

The Chiefs will be without at least four players this weekend. Quarterback Matt Cassel (concussion), defensive end Glenn Dorsey (calf), running back Peyton Hillis (ankle) and wide receiver Devon Wylie (hamstring) are all out. Wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin (hamstring), running back Cyrus Gray (illness) and defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (elbow) are questionable.

Cornerback Jalil Brown (hamstring), running back Shaun Draughn (ankle), safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) and center Ryan Lilja (back) are probable for the Chiefs.

Sunday's game is set to begin at 1 p.m. ET with coverage by CBS.

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