Tampa Bay just concluded its morning practice and little has changed on its injury report.
Bucs receiver Joey Galloway did not practice again because of his groin injury, while TE Ben Troupe is still recovering from a concussion.
Tampa Bay RB Earnest Graham and FB B.J. Askew turned their ankles in Tuesday's practice, but returned on Wednesday and participated in every drill.
The first half of Wednesday's practice was spent installing new plays on offense and defense. Both sides slowly walked through their new plays as Gruden's playbook continued its expansion.
Tampa Bay's practice heated up when the team decided to participate in Oklahoma 1-on-1 drills after former Oklahoma and Tampa Bay defensive standout Lee Roy Selmon showed up for practice.
The biggest play was made by DE Kevin Carter, who easily fought off OL Donald Penn to make a tackle.
In addition, Tampa Bay's offense looked impressive in its goal line drills. The offense successfully scored four of six times, with RB Michael Bennett scoring on some of those plays.
Wednesday was also the first day Bucs coach Jon Gruden was not barraged with questions about Brett Favre, but depending upon what happens this week, those inquires will either intensify or decline.