GREEN BAY, Wis. — This game still has Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, but the quarterbacks of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers won't have anything close to their full complement of receivers on Sunday.
The Packers for sure won't have Sammy Watkins, their leading receiver through two games, because of a hamstring injury. Two of their other top receivers, rookie second-round pick Christian Watson (hamstring) and veteran Randall Cobb (illness), were listed as questionable on Friday.
The only one of the Packers' top four receivers who has been cleared to play and taken off the injury report is Allen Lazard, who has been limited in practice this week because of the ankle injury that kept him out of the season opener.
Lazard returned for last week's game against the Chicago Bears and is the only receiver on the roster to have caught a touchdown this season.Read more on espn.com