Eagles vs. Bucs Monday Night Football Inactives: Carlton Davis and Calijah Kancey Out!

Without two of their key defensive starters, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take on the fourth-ranked scoring offense in the NFL. The team’s starting cornerback Carlton Davis and first-round defensive lineman Calijah Kancey have been declared inactive for Monday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

At 5:45 p.m. ET, 90 minutes before the planned start of their Week Three primetime match at Raymond James Stadium, both clubs made their names of inactive players public. The Buccaneers increased their roster to 55 players in order to accommodate the promotion of defensive player Deadrin Senat and linebacker J.J. Russell from the practice squad for this game, necessitating the classification of seven players as inactive.

Due to a toe injury, Carlton Davis will miss his second straight game, while Calijah Kancey will also be out for the second straight week with a calf ailment that he initially sustained during training camp and aggravated in the season opener. Zyon McCollum is anticipated to take over as the primary cornerback in Davis’ absence.

Vita Vea, a defensive lineman with a pectoral injury, Cody Mauch, a rookie guard with a back injury, and Devin White, a linebacker with a groin injury, were also classified as questionable going into the weekend but have since been given the all-clear to play.

We’ll soon release the roster of inactive Philadelphia Eagles players.

INACTIVE BUCCANEERS: CB Carlton Davis; LB TE SirVocea Dennis DL Payne Durham Deadrin Senat, Brandon Walton, T Brandon Kancey, OLB Markees Watts, DL Deadijah Kancey

Due to injury, Davis, Dennis, and Kancey are out of the game.

EAGLES INACTIVES: Mario Goodrich, cornerback

  • DT Moro Ojomo – TE Tanner McKee, the Eagles’ third quarterback who is listed as inactive RB Albert Okwuegbunam Dallas Scott
  • WR Quez Watkins – G/T Tyler Steen

Due to injuries, Scott and Watkins are not available.

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