Josh Freeman did make some throws in practice the past two days, reportedly with some zip, but he's still listed as Questionable on the official injury report with limited participation in practice. It would be a surprise if the third-year quarterback doesn't start on Sunday, but if he doesn't Josh Johnson will get his second consecutive start.
Meanwhile, the Bucs have bigger worries: Aqib Talib has been ruled out and backup S Larry Asante, who has been getting a but of playing time in rotations, is Doubtful, while DT Albert Haynesworth is also Questionable. Missing Aqib Talib would normally be a big blow for the Bucs, but the Jacksonville Jaguars don't have the quality wideout talent to really make this a problem. Haynesworth presence usually gives the Bucs some disruption inside, and if he can't go they would have no one who could really fill that role, although Haynesworth hasn't made a big impact himself.
For the Jaguars, CB T.J. Heath, DE Aaron Kampman and DE Matt Roth are all listed as Out, which really hurts their defense. In addition they could miss S Dwight Lowery with a shoulder injury, further limiting their already depleted secondary. The Jaguars defense is pretty good when healthy, but they've been hit hard by injuries and not much is left of that stout unit.
Full Injury Report
Out: CB Aqib Talib (hamstring)
Doubtful: S Larry Asante (hamstring)
Questionable: DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), QB Josh Freeman (right shoulder)
Probable: DE Michael Bennett (groin), LB Adam Hayward (foot), T James Lee (knee), DT Brian Price (ankle), TE Luke Stocker (hip)
Out: CB T.J. Heath (shoulder), DE Aaron Kampman (hamstring), DE Matt Roth (concussion)
Questionable: S Dwight Lowery (shoulder)
Probable: DT Tyson Alualu (not injury related), RB Greg Jones (not injury related), RB Maurice Jones-Drew (not injury related), TE Marcedes Lewis (ankle), WR Cecil Shorts (hamstring), T Guy Whimper (thigh)