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Sam Bradford, Ryan Mathews out, Vincent Jackson, ASJ questionable

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might have Vincent Jackson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins back this week. Both players are listed as questionable on the official injury report after practicing in limited fashion this week. Both should be game-time decisions, though, with Seferian-Jenkins having been a game-time decisions for weeks on end without playing, and this being Jackson's first week practicing in a month.

As for the Philadelphia Eagles, they'll be without Sam Bradford and Ryan Mathews this week, as both will be out with concussions. Mark Sanchez will replace Bradford, while Darren Sproles is likely to see an expanded role in Mathews' place. Neither of those is necessarily bad for the Eagles offense, though. Left tackle Jason Peters is listed as questionable, although the Eagles expect him to play.

In addition to Jackson and ASJ, defensive end Jacquies Smith and guards Evan Smith and Ali Marpet are listed as questionable. It's not clear whether they can play, and the Bucs have kept a roster spot open to call up a player at the last minute if they need to. Their last chance to do so will be tomorrow before 4:00 p.m. ET. George Johnson is also listed as out.