TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be short-handed at linebacker in Sunday's season finale against the New Orleans Saints.
Strong-side linebacker Dekoda Watson (groin) was held out of practice for the third straight day. Ordinarily, Ka'Lial Glaud would be an alternative with Watson hurt. But Glaud is dealing with a knee injury and was limited in Friday's practice.
That leaves the Bucs with starters Lavonte David and Mason Foster and backups Adam Hayward and Danny Lansanah as the only healthy linebackers.
In other injury news, safety Mark Barron (hamstring) was limited in Friday's practice. If Barron can't play Sunday, Keith Tandy likely would start in his place.