Tampa Bay Buccaneers Injury Report, Week 10: Mike Williams Unable To Practice

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers come into Sunday's contest versus the Houston Texans dealing with a slew of injuries, and while the Texans are dealing with their No. 1 wide receiver (Andre Johnson) being out of the lineup, the Bucs streaky offense could suffer mightily without their No. 1 wideout.

That wideout would be Mike Williams, as the Syracuse product was held out of practice on Wednesday due to a thigh injury. Williams sustained the injury in last week's 27-16 loss to the New Orleans Saints. If Williams cannot go, expect second-year pro Arrelious Benn to step up as the No. 1 receiver for Josh Freeman's offense.

Here is the breakout of players participating in practice Wednesday for the Tampa Bay Bucs:

Full participant

Jeremy Zuttah (knee)

Did not practice

DT Frank Okam (calf)

WR Mike Williams (thigh)

Tanard Jackson (hamstring)

For more information on the Texans, Houston fans should check out Battle Red Blog. For more on the Buccaneers, Tampa Bay fans check out Bucs Nation.

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