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Discussing two-year deal?
Rivers a threat?
Fresh skepticism about return
Candidate for short-term deal
Appears likely to play Week 17
Winston was listed as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice estimate as he deals with thumb and knee injuries.
In Tampa's 2020 plans
Iffy for Saturday
Godwin did not practice Wednesday as he recovers from a hamstring injury.
Remaining in Tampa Bay?
Will have starting QB
Could see bigger role
Intends to play through thumb issue
Primed for bump up depth chart
Perriman is set to move up to the No. 2 receiver role with Mike Evans (hamstring) expected to miss the rest of the season.
Major uptick in workload on tap
Godwin is expected to see a bump in his already robust target share with Mike Evans expected to miss the rest of the season due to a hamastring injury.
No tear in hamstring
Future in Tampa still uncertain
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians declined to say whether he would recommend to the team's ownership they bring Winston back in 2020, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "I'm going to pass on that one. I'm going to wait until the end of December. There's been really, really good and there's been some really, really bad,'' Arians said Wednesday.
Opportunity could be knocking
Griffin could replace Jameis Winston as the Buccaneers' starting quarterback if the team gets officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Could be on borrowed time
Winston, who is heading into unrestricted free agency this offseason, could be benched if the Buccaneers are officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Profile in offense rising
Battling ankle injury
Job likely safe for rest of season
Role likely to increase
Another busy afternoon expected
Dean finished with three touchdowns allowed and four passes defensed in Tampa Bay's Week 9 loss to the Seahawks, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. If he starts again in Week 10, expect the Cardinals to go after Dean much like the Seahawks did.
Usage set to tank?
Barber's playing time could be set for a permanent downturn with Ronald Jones confirmed as the starting running back by head coach Bruce Arians on Monday.
Set for 20-plus carries?
Future murky in Tampa