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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Jacksonville Jaguars: Initial Injury Report

The Bucs seem to be getting healthier as no one missed practice. Meanwhile, the Jags could be missing their most important player

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had plenty of drama around their team, despite winning three straight games and coming off a huge road win against the Green Bay Packers. However, they seem to be getting healthy at the right time as they try to extend their win streak.

Chris Godwin (knee), William Gholston (knee/ankle), and Vita Vea (toe) were all limited while Carlton Davis (groin), Devin White (foot), Josh Hayes (illness), and Ryan Neal (back) were all full participants. Also, Rakim Jarrett (quadriceps) was designated to return from injured reserve and was a full participant as his 21-day return window was opened.

Things aren’t so good for the Jacksonville Jaguars as there is serious doubt that quarterback Trevor Lawrence will be able to play this week. He missed practice due to being in concussion protocol, an injury he apparently suffered in the third quarter of the Sunday night game against the Baltimore Ravens. There hasn’t been a player yet this season to enter concussion protocol on a Monday and play the following Sunday.

On top of Lawrence not practicing, the Jags were also without Zay Jones (knee/hamstring) so that means the Jags could be without their starting quarterback and a receiver tied for the third most touchdowns among pass catchers.

Full participants were limited to just Lawrence’s replacement C.J. Beathard (left shoulder) while limited participants were cornerbacks Tyson Campbell (quadriceps) and Christian Braswell (hamstring) - who has entered his 21-day window to return from injured reserve - safety Andre Cisco (groin), offensive linemen Ezra Cleveland (knee) and Walker Little (hamstring), and tight end Brenton Strange (foot).

While the Bucs are looking for their fourth straight win, the Jags are looking to snap a three game losing streak and avoid potentially falling behind the Indianapolis Colts for first place in the AFC South.

Here is the full injury report for Wednesday;

The Buccaneers and Jaguars will face off in Raymond James Stadium at 4:05 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on CBS with Kevin Harland, Trent Green, and Melanie Collins on the call.

For more on this and all things Tampa Bay Buccaneers check out James Yarcho and David Harrison on the Locked On Bucs Podcast!