Bucs vs Ravens injury report – NFL Week 8

NFL Week 8 Thursday night game: Bucs vs Ravens. The Ravens’ injury reports look better than the Bucs for the opening game of Week 8.

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The Thursday night game in Week 8 will be between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Baltimore Ravens. The teams updated their injury report after practice on Wednesday. This was the final injury update before the two teams will meet on Thursday night.

Baltimore’s injury report

The Ravens listed ten names on their side of the report, however, six were listed as full participants for Wednesday’s practice. That included Ronnie Stanley, the team’s offensive tackle. He was a non-participant in practice on Tuesday but was a full participant on Wednesday. He has been up and down this season regarding whether he is playing or not.

Overall, the Ravens are not in terrible shape for the game despite the short week of rest. They look like they will pose a significant challenge for Tampa Bay, especially given the injury situation with the receivers for the team.

Bucs missing receivers again

Tampa Bay listed 12 names on their side of the injury report. Cameron Brate, the team’s tight end, was a non-participant in practice on Tuesday. He still has a neck injury and his status for the game is “out” according to the injury report.

Wide receivers Mike Evans, Russell Gage, and Julio Jones are on the injury report again/still. Evans has an unspecified playing status but is listed as “active” with ESPN’s player profile. He was limited in practice on Wednesday according to the injury report. Russell Gage is out and Julio Jones is limited in practice.

The Bucs’ injury report has basically been a turnstile this season when it comes to receivers. It seemed like they were starting to get healthy with their receivers heading into Week 7.

One surprise development with the injury report is that Tom Brady appeared on it. The quarterback for the Bucs was not on the report on Monday or Tuesday. He was limited on Wednesday but only due to “rest.”

Game time is Thursday at 8:15 PM ET. The Bucs will host the game and the losses have been mounting recently. Should they fall to 3-5, then many will start to wonder if they are, in fact, going to miss the playoffs this season. Baltimore is 4-3 on the season and still looking to find a firm spot among the NFL’s elite.

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