Eagles vs. Buccaneers injury report: Vincent Jackson probable; Michael Vick out

Grant Halverson

Tampa Bay's leading receiver should be ready to go on Sunday, while Philadelphia will be without some key players.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers should have wide receiver Vincent Jackson when they face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Jackson is dealing with a calf injury, but he fully participated in practice on Friday and is listed as probable. The team won't have the services of cornerback LeQuan Lewis, who is out with a knee injury. Defensive tackle Roy Miller (head) is questionable, while running back Danny Ware (illness) is probable.

Philadelphia's injury report includes quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy, both of whom will miss the game because of concussions. Defensive tackle Mike Patterson (illness) and safety Kurt Coleman (chest) are also out. Running back Chris Polk (toe) is questionable.

Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (shoulder), cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (knee), defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (tailbone), offensive guard Dallas Reynolds (ankle), running back Stanley Havili (ankle) and safety Nate Allen (shoulder) are all listed as probable.

The game Sunday begins at 1 p.m. ET, with television coverage from FOX.

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