Saints vs. Buccaneers Week 7 injury report: Vincent Jackson probable; Jimmy Graham questionable

J. Meric

Tampa Bay should have all its players available this weekend.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are relatively healthy heading into the weekend -- just two players were listed on the injury report Friday. Wide receiver Vincent Jackson (calf) and offensive guard Carl Nicks (foot) are both listed as probable.

The New Orleans Saints have more issues to contend with. Linebacker David Hawthorne (hamstring) is out for Sunday's game, while tight end Jimmy Graham has been limited by an ankle injury and is considered questionable.

Seven Saints players are listed as probable: running back Travaris Cadet (shoulder), linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck), offensive guard Jahri Evans (toe), cornerback Jabari Greer (groin), defensive end Turk McBride (ankle), wide receiver Lance Moore (hamstring) and linebacker Scott Shanle (illness). Shanle was held out because of the illness, but the other six listed as probable were able to fully participate in practice Friday.

Both the Buccaneers and the Saints are coming off victories as they head into their Week 7 matchup. The game is set for 1 p.m. on Sunday, with television coverage on FOX.

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