Rapoport said the stiches are out for Prescott and it's typically another two or three weeks after that before a player can play. Rapoport added things are going "really well" as far as the overall recovery goes, so that's the good news. Dak would like to play Week 5 against Rams, but Rapoport called that a "slim" chance.
Christ Godwin took part in Wednesday’s practice on a limited basis. Godwin has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury and did not practice at all last week.
Wide receiver Julio Jones (knee) was also a limited participant. He was also limited last Friday before landing on the inactive list for Tampa’s 14-12 loss to the Packers.
It's a good sign for both as the Bucs are hopefully starting to get healthier at wide receiver. The Bucs are scheduled to play a Sunday night game but the location may change because of Hurricane Ian. Those counting on Godwin or Jones should probably have another option in place as waiting on either player is risky until we know more, hopefully later this week.
Tua was limited on Tuesday as well. Reports say Tagovailoa is doing everything he can to be able to play on Thursday night at the Bengals, and the team is optimistic he'll be able to do so. Bridgewater would get the start if Tua can't go.