Status Of Injured Bucs For Sunday

November 10th, 2023


Phil Collins-listening Bucs coach Todd Bowles gave an update this afternoon on who may or may not be playing Sunday when the Bucs host the Titans — based on the players who were on the lengthy injury report this week.

Per Scott Smith of, it appears cornerbacks Jamel Dean and Carlton Davis will be gametime decisions.

Dean has been battling a concussion he suffered against Houston. Dean, per Smith, has a few steps to clear before he’s given the green light to play Sunday.

His fellow starting cornerback Carlton Davis is fighting a toe issue. It’s unclear if Davis has the same toe problem that caused him to miss games in September. He, too, will be a gametime decision.

Left guard Matt Feiler is doubtful for Sunday. He has been trying to bounce back from a knee injury he suffered in the loss to dismal Desmond Ridder and the Dixie Chicks.


6 Responses to “Status Of Injured Bucs For Sunday”

  1. Tbbucs3 Says:

    $100 million in corners to sit on the sidelines.

  2. Steven007 Says:

    So the excuses for Levis having a great game or starting to set in.

  3. zzbucs Says:


    The tragic thing about it is probably the team will be better with those two 100mm players on the bench. I hate to say it ,but it´s true….

  4. Seattle Buc Says:

    They shouldn’t rush Dean’s concussion treatment. If it’s a “gametime decision” then it’s too close for my taste and I’d sit him.

  5. TheBucsAnthem Says:


    The Best CBs on the team and they may not start or if they do, then they won’t be playing 100%?????

    If Both of them doesn’t suit up….then that’s another guaranteed Bucs loss this season.

  6. Fred McNeil Says:

    With them both playing it’s still probably a loss. Get McCollum and Delaney out there. Oh, wait…Delaney has to play Neil’s old spot. Put Sir Vocea in for White too.