The Tampa Bay Buccaneers should suit up on Sunday with Logan Mankins and Johnthan Banks back, but Austin Seferian-Jenkins will sit out another week. Banks has participated fully in practice this week and is listed as probable, while Mankins was limited the past two days and is listed as questionable. Seferian-Jenkins, on the other hand, is officially out as he's yet to practice after his week two shoulder injury.
The Bucs should also get center Evan Smith back, as he's listed as questionable after participating on a limited basis in practice this week. Smith may not start, though, given that Joe Hawley has played well recently and Smith may not be fully healthy. Backup tackle Reid Fragel sat out his second practice with a concussion, though, so the Bucs do need some extra depth on the line on Sunday.
As for Washington, they'll be without starters DeSean Jackson, center Kory Lichtensteiger and cornerbacks Chris Culliver and DeAngelo Hall. That's a pretty heft blow for an already weak Washington team, which will likely also have to be without explosive running back Chris Thompson, who's listed as doubtful. Other than that, they're mostly healthy: Trent Williams and Jordan Reed passed the concussion protocol and should line up on Sunday.