Saints vs. Buccaneers 2013 injury report: Patrick Robinson, Carl Nicks listed as questionable


New Orleans' pass defense could be in trouble against Tampa Bay based on the Week 2 injury report.

The New Orleans Saints' defense has struggle to rush the passer and cover in recent years. A quick look at the Saints' Week 2 injury report doesn't bode well for those areas improving against the Buccaneers.

Defensive tackles Tyrunn Walker and Brodrick Bunkley are both out with injuries, while three cornerbacks are listed as questionable on the injury report. Patrick Robinson, Jabari Greer and Corey White will all be hampered on Sunday.

Tampa Bay enters the game with a cleaner bill of health. Only five players are listed, the biggest name being Carl Nicks, who is questionable with a foot injury.

Saints injury report


DT Tyrunn Walker (knee)

DT Brodrick Bunkley (calf)


CB Corey White (illness)

CB Patrick Robinson (foot)

CB Jabari Greer (back)

DE Glenn Foster (knee)


LB Curtis Lofton (knee)

LB Martez Wilson (elbow)

LB Junior Galette (hamstring)

WR Marques Colston (foot)

T Zach Strief (neck)

Buccaneers injury report


TE Tom Crabtree (ankle)

CB Michael Adams (out)


CB Rashaan Melvin (hamstring)

G Carl Nicks (foot)


RB Erik Lorig (calf)

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