NFL inactives Week 8, Buccaneers vs. Vikings: Najee Goode, Keith Tandy among Bucs inactives

Robert Mayer-US PRESSWIRE

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings have released their inactive lists before their Thursday night game in Minneapolis, MN.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings have released their inactive lists before their nationally televised Thursday night game.

With no injury concerns for the Buccaneers this week, there weren't many surprised with today's list. The seven inactives tonight are linebackers Najee Goode and Jacob Cutrera, defensive back Keith Tandy, running back Michael Smith, offensive lineman Cody Wallace, wide receiver Chris Owusu and tight end Danny Noble.

For the Vikings, their inactives list include a couple of important players who are dealing with serious injuries. Defensive back Mistral Raymond will miss his fifth straight game with an ankle injury and will not be able to play tonight. Tight end John Carlson will miss today's game with concussion-like symptions that he sufferered agaisnt the Arizona Cardinals

Along with Raymond and Carlson, the Vikings have placed quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, offensive lineman Mark Asper, linebacker Audie Cole, wide receiver Jarius Wright and cornerback Brandon Burton.

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