Seferian-Jenkins is expected to miss at least two more games, and there's no indication he's close to returning to practice. It's not clear why the Buccaneers even bothered listing him as doubtful, as opposed to just ruling him out.
Wright returned to a full practice Friday, after logging limited sessions Wednesday and Thursday. The increased activity level would typically point strongly to active status come Sunday, but the Bucs have been rather unconventional/difficult with their approach to the injury reports this season. Chris Conte has done a nice job filling in, but Wright is tentatively expected to regain his starting job upon returning.
With Ayers out for a second straight week, George Selvie will likely slide over to left defensive end again, allowing Kerry Wynn to join the starting lineup as the right defensive end. Even against a run-heavy Bills team, the Giants defense will sorely miss its most effective pass-rusher.
Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz had a platelet-rich plasma injection Thursday in an effort to help his injured calf, Art Stapleton of The Record reports.
Cruz was expected to play this week after missing the first three games of the season, but a setback Wednesday during practice has put his status in limbo. While this PRP procedure should help Cruz regain strength in his injured left calf strain quicker, there isn't concrete evidence to suggest when he will be able to return to the field.