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Jeremy Trueblood, Keydrick Vincent, Geno Hayes not practicing for Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice is under way at One Buc Place, and the team has taken the field without injured offensive linemen Jeremy Trueblood (knee), Keydrick Vincent (back) and linebacker Geno Hayes (knee).

None of the trio practiced on Wednesday and apparently hasn't improved enough to return.

Vincent missed last Sunday's game against the Rams and Trueblood was injured in Sunday's game. Ted Larsen started for Vincent at left guard. Trueblood would be replaced by James Lee. Hayes also was injured on Sunday.

Jeremy Trueblood, Keydrick Vincent, Geno Hayes not practicing for Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10/28/10 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 1:04pm]
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