The Bucs top two wideouts were back at practice Monday, but it's unlikely they'll play in the team's final exhibition game Friday against Houston.
Bucs coach Raheem Morris said he's not sure how close Antonio Bryant (knee) and Michael Clayton (hamstring) are to being 100 percent, but he's confident both will be ready for the start of the season.
Morris isn't quite as sure about PK Matt Bryant, whom he met with Monday. Bryant has been struggling with a hamstring strain and is in danger of losing his job to Mike Nugent.
Morris suggested he will follow traditional lines for the Bucs final exhibition game, which means fans will see little of the team's starters and a lot of young players trying to make the team,
When asked what his quarterback rotation would be for the game Morris said he was still unsure, though he does expect fans to get "a heavy dose of the young guys,'' Josh Freeman and Josh Johnson.