- Pat Yasinskas, ESPN Staff Writer
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TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came out of Sunday’s victory against Buffalo with several injuries that could be significant.
Center Jeremy Zuttah suffered a shoulder injury and is likely to be day-to-day, coach Greg Schiano said. Guard Davin Joseph also has a shoulder injury, and Schiano did not elaborate on his condition. If Zuttah or Joseph can’t play Sunday against San Francisco, Ted Larsen can play guard or center and the Bucs also have some depth at guard with Patrick Omameh.
Schiano also said rookie defensive lineman William Gholston, whose playing time has been escalating, suffered a concussion. Schiano said Gholston is going through the NFL’s required concussion protocol.