The Buccaneers listed wide receiver Julio Jones as questionable with a knee injury on the official report, but he won’t play today against the Packers, and the injury may be more significant than the team let on.
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported that Jones has a partially torn PCL in his knee, and reporters on the scene today said that Jones never even tried to run during pregame warmups. That would suggest Jones should have been listed as doubtful or out, not questionable.
The good news for the Bucs is that Leonard Fournette, Russell Gage and Breshad Perriman are all good to go against the Packers.
For the Packers, the good news is that David Bakhtiari and Randall Cobb are active.