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    Cowboys-Buccaneers Injury Report Sept. 7: Bucs Hold Out Vets, Add Chris Godwin – Buccaneers.com

    The Buccaneers added four players to the second injury report of opening week as they rested veterans Rob Gronkowski, Jason Pierre-Paul and Steve McLendon. The only other addition was wide receiver Chris Godwin, who was limited in practice with a quad injury.

    Game statuses have not been released but with starting safety Jordan Whitehead held out of practice again, Head Coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday that he will be out for Thursday’s opener. It will be safety Mike Edwards who will likely fill the role, as he’s done all throughout training camp.

    The Cowboys added long snapper Jake McQuaide to their report with a foot injury, though he also participated fully. Tackle Ty Nsekhe remains the only limited participant for Dallas.

    Read below for the full injury report for both teams:

    RB Giovani Bernard (ankle) – Full Participation

    WR Antonio Brown (knee) – Did Not Participate

    WR Chris Godwin (quad) – Limited Participation

    TE Rob Gronkowski (not injury related – resting veteran) – Limited Participation

    DT Steve McLendon (not injury related – resting veteran) – Did Not Participate

    OLB Jason Pierre-Paul (not injury related – resting veteran) – Did Not Participate

    S Jordan Whitehead (hamstring) – Did Not Participate

    DE Tarell Basham (ankle) – Full Participation

    T La’el Collins (neck) – Full Participation

    DE Chauncey Golston (hamstring) – Full Participation

    CB C.J. Goodwin (hamstring) – Full Participation

    DE DeMarcus Lawrence (back) – Full Participation

    LS Jake McQuaide (foot) – Full Participation

    T Ty Nsekhe (foot) – Limited Participation

    QB Dak Prescott (right shoulder) – Full Participation

    S Donovan Wilson (groin) – Full Participation

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