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Buccaneers vs. Panthers injury report: G Jamon Meredith questionable for Sunday

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be without starting right guard Jamon Meredith on Sunday.

Ezra Shaw

The Friday injury report for the upcoming Week 11 contest between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers shows only one Bucs player listed as questionable. Right guard Jamon Meredith missed Friday's practice and is questionable for Sunday. If he's unable to go, it's likely Roger Allen would slide into his spot. The rest of the Tampa Bay players listed are all probable. Carolina will be without Antwan Applewhite, but the rest of their listed players are probable as well.

The full Tampa Bay injury report:

Name Position Injury Practice Status Game Status

Michael Bennett DE Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Cody Grimm S Hamstring Full Participation in Practice Probable
Jamon Meredith G Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable
Jeremy Zuttah G Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Arrelious Benn WR Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Eric Wright CB Achilles Did Not Participate In Practice Probable

And the full injury report for Carolina:

Dwan Edwards DT Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
Geoff Hangartner C Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
Steve Smith WR Not Injury Related Full Participation in Practice Probable
Thomas Davis LB Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
Ron Edwards DT Not Injury Related Did Not Participate In Practice Probable
Amini Silatolu G Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Jordan Gross T Not Injury Related Full Participation in Practice Probable
Armanti Edwards WR Groin Did Not Participate In Practice Probable
Antwan Applewhite DE Hamstring Did Not Participate In Practice Out

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