The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be mostly healthy on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, except for all the players they put on injured reserve, that is. The only player on the 53-man roster ruled out for Sunday’s game is William Gholston, and he’ll likely be placed on injured reserve tomorrow and replaced by someone else.
Other than Gholston, Charles Sims, Cameron Brate and a few other players on injured reserve, though, the Bucs are healthy for the Panthers. The same can’t be said for their opponents: they’ll be missing starting defensive end Charles Johnson and backup quarterback Derek Anderson at minimum. Running back Jonathan Stewart and tight end Greg Olsen are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, but expected to play.