The Buccaneers are looking to improve to 2-0 against the Giants this week, but they may have to do it without right tackle Jeremy Trueblood. The massive offensive lineman was once again on the sidelines riding a bike during Friday's practice in Tampa. He's been dealing with a sprained right ankle, a key injury for a lineman who's forced to plant and pivot on the outside. Trueblood has become a veteran mainstay at the tackle position, and his experience would certainly come in handy against the dynamic New York pass rush. If he's unable to go, Demar Dotson, a fourth-year backup, would likely get the start at tackle.
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