Bucs hold Logan Mankins out of practice

TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers left guard Logan Mankins didn't participate in practice Thursday because of a groin injury.

"Hurt his groin a little bit yesterday, so we held him out of practice," Bucs coach Lovie Smith said.

Mankins was the only addition to the Bucs' injury report. Johnthan Banks (knee), tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (shoulder), wide receiver Russell Shepard (hamstring) and center Evan Smith (ankle) didn't participate for the second consecutive day.

Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (shoulder) and tight end Luke Stocker (hip) were limited for the second straight day. Safety Major Wright (abdomen) was at full participation.

Mankins was seen walking on the practice field and observing offensive line drills while wearing red shorts and a white No. 70 practice jersey. In his absence, second-year reserve offensive tackle Kevin Pamphile had reps at left guard.

However, Lovie Smith said not to place too much meaning into where Pamphile took snaps.

"He gets reps at a lot of different places," Smith said. "I wouldn't put too much on where."