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Logan Mankins returns to Buccaneers practice, Seferian-Jenkins still absent

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers saw Logan Mankins return to practice in limited participation after sitting out yesterday and the two weeks before with a groin injury. Mankins appears to be on track to play on Sunday, although he may sit out and be replaced by Kevin Pamphile who was adequate in that role against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Evan Smith was once again limited, but he is likely to play on Sunday.

However, the Bucs saw backup tackle Reid Fragel suffer a concussion, requiring him to sit out practice and ruling him out until he can pass the concussion protocol. In addition, backup defensive tackle Tony McDaniel went from being limited to not participating at all, while Austin Seferian-Jenkins continues to sit out with a shoulder injury. His participation seems highly unlikely. Other than that, the Bucs were mostly healthy.

As for Washington, they saw cornerbacks Chris Culliver and DeAngelo Hall miss their second consecutive practice, as did DeSean Jackson and center Kory Lichtensteiger. None of these players are likely to suit up on Sunday. Other than that, Washington is mostly healthy.