The injury reports for the upcoming game between the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are out, and it looks like the Bucs will have to settle for once again playing without Myron Lewis. He missed most of the preseason as well as last week's game due to injuries. He was able to participate in practice on a limited basis, but apparently not enough to play in Sunday's game.
The team will also miss Sammie Stroughter, who is out for multiple weeks after having foot surgery earlier this week. In addition, the Bucs listed Da'Quan Bowers as Probable with a minor shoulder injury. Players listed as Probable almost always play.
On the Vikings side, DE Adrian Awasom and LB E.J. Enderson were listed as Questionable and neither participated in practice. If the Vikings are to miss E.J. Henderson their defense will take a heavy hit, as he is one of their best defensive players. With Kevin Williams suspended in relation to the StarCaps case, the Bucs face a weakened Minnesota defense. In addition, the Vikings listed CB Asher Allen and WR Michael Jenkins as Probable, both participated fully in practice.
On another note, the Buccaneers have released longsnapper Scott Albritton and re-signed longsnapper Christian Yount. They brought Albritton in earlier this week, but have now changed their minds about those players.