Raheem Morris: Antonio Bryant "has looked the best he's looked since OTAs"
Bucs coach Raheem Morris said this is the healthiest his team has been, and that includes WR Antonio Bryant, whom Morris said "has looked the best he's looked since OTAs."
Bryant said earlier this week that his inability to practice due to his knee has impacted his play on Sundays, but after participating in workouts the past three days, Morris appears to see an improvement.
Morris said, with the exception of FB B.J. Askew, "everybody is up and ready to go." That includes TE Jerramy Stevens (quad), who was full-go Friday, and C Jeff Faine (triceps), who hasn't had any setbacks this week and could start Sunday against the Panthers.
"Everyone else is probable and, realistically, they call could go," Morris said. "They all have played, they all practiced. They've all done things this week."
-- JOE SMITH