Falcons vs. Buccaneers injury report: Eric Wright questionable; Michael Bennett probable

Cary Emondson-US PRESSWIRE

Tampa Bay and Atlanta have injury concerns heading into their Week 12 matchup.

The Tampa Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons released updated injury reports Friday.

Bucs safety Cody Grimm is out with a hamstring injury, and wide receiver Arrelious Benn was placed on injured reserve earlier in the week because of a knee injury. Cornerback Eric Wright (achilles) is questionable, while wide receiver Tiquan Underwood (head), defensive end Michael Bennett (shoulder), safety Ahmad Black (illness) and defensive end Aaron Morgan (shoulder) are probable.

The Falcons have a long list of injuries heading into the weekend. Wide receiver Julio Jones (ankle) is questionable after being limited in practice Friday. Quarterback Matt Ryan (left finger) and running back Michael Turner are both probable.

Cornerback Asante Samuel (shoulder), linebacker Sean Weatherspoon (illness), defensive tackle Vance Walker (ribs), defensive tackle Peria Jerry (quadricep) and wide receiver Kevin Cone (groin) are questionable. Kicker Matt Bryant (back), defensive end John Abraham (back), defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (neck) and cornerback Christopher Owens (thigh) are probable.

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