Buccaneers vs. Broncos Injury Report: Brandon Stokley questionable, Bucs healthy

Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers go into their game against the Denver Broncos mostly healthy.They have four players listed as probable, but all of them participated fully on Thursday and Friday and should not be at risk of missing the game.

The same can't be said for the Denver Broncos, even though they're fairly healthy as well. Wide receiver Brandon Stokley is struggling with wrist and hip injuries and could miss Sunday's game, while backup offensive tackle Chris Clark is suffering from an illness. Backup defensive end Robert Ayers has missed practice all week as he's sadly dealing with the death of his father in New Jersey. It's not clear whether Ayers will suit up on Sunday.

Full Injury Report

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

PROBABLE
DE Michael Bennett (ankle), G Ted Larsen (illness), DT Roy Miller (illness), LB Dekoda Watson (hamstring)

Denver Broncos

QUESTIONABLE
DE Robert Ayers (not injury related), T Chris Clark (illness), WR Brandon Stokley (wrist, hip)


PROBABLE
TE Virgil Green (hamstring), DE Malik Jackson (finger), G Chris Kuper (ankle), CB Tracy Porter (illness), G Manuel Ramirez (back), WR Demaryius Thomas (knee)

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