Smith had been limited in practice because of a sore knee.
Running back-kick returner J.J. Arrington, defensive end Travis LaBoy and punter Ben Graham were limited in the workout and were questionable for the game. Arrington has a sore left knee, LaBoy an injured biceps and Graham a sore groin.
"I thought it was a good week of work," coach Ken Whisenhunt said. "You always wonder when you go on the road and your team is practicing in another facility if your team is going to have the consistency that you've had. No question that it helped us that we've already done this once this season."
"I think it got us used to staying in a hotel, practicing on someone else's field while also having to bus around all week," Whisenhunt said. "These were very similar conditions this week."
Except the stakes are much higher.
Kurt Warner had his best throwing day of the week, misfiring on only three passes during the 2-hour, 20-minute practice.
The special teams drills were another highlight, with Neil Rackers bouncing three consecutive 20-yard field goals off the second floor windows of the Buccaneers' facility.
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