Bucs to make game-time decisions on Chris Godwin, Julio Jones, Donovan Smith

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The Buccaneers will take a little more time before deciding on whether three members of the offense will be in the lineup against the Chiefs on Sunday night.

Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles told reporters on Friday that wide receivers Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee) will both be game-time decisions this weekend. Left tackle Donovan Smith (elbow) is in the same boat.

All three players have missed the last two games and they have been limited participants in practice this week.

While the Bucs are holding out hope for that trio, they’re not counting on wide receiver Breshad Perriman. Bowles called him doubtful to play with knee and hamstring injuries.

1 responses to “Bucs to make game-time decisions on Chris Godwin, Julio Jones, Donovan Smith

  1. Injuries across the league are getting old. How is it that there were far less injuries in the 90s when players had the dog shi beaten out of them in training camp and the reg season? Riddle me that. Idc if it’s selfish for a fan to think this (they aren’t my friends spare me the empathy) but I’d rather take a mid player any day if I know he will be available week over week. Atleast in basketball you know Steph/Lebron/Giannis, they’re playing. As sure as the sun comes up. Stars generally do not get hurt anywhere NEAR as much. The Bucs are no fun to watch with their backup receivers. It’s hurts the product

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