According to head coach Doug Pederson, Logan will probably be week-to-week with his left groin strain.
Logan was forced from Sunday's game against the Redskins because of the injury but was able to return. If he is forced to miss time, expect Beau Allen to see an increased presence along the Eagles' defensive line.
Wujciak had shoulder surgery Wednesday and is out for the season, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.
Wujciak made a strong impression at the NFL Combine, leading to a chance to try out for Philadelphia. Unfortunately, the undrafted rookie out of Boston College didn't get to prove much before injuring his shoulder. Wujciak was not likely going to make much noise in 2016 anyways, as he sits behind a slew of Eagles on the defensive line depth chart.
Adjei-Barimah is running ahead of former second-round pick Johnthan Banks for the fourth corner spot, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Head coach Dirk Koetter mentioned his second-year defensive back as one of his top four corners after practice Friday, along with starters Brent Grimes and Alterraun Verner and slot corner and 2016 first-round pick Vernon Hargreaves. Adjei-Barimah was serviceable last season after latching on to a roster spot an undrafted rookie, totaling 41 tackles (34 solo), including two for loss, and a pass defensed over 13 games. He also started the majority of the second half of last season as the Bucs experimented with different starting lineups in what was a beleaguered secondary.
Ayers (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, the team's official site reports.
Ayers has yet to practice since getting in a limited session back on Oct. 6 and hasn't played since exiting the Week 2 tilt versus the Cardinals with his injury. With fellow lineman Clinton McDonald (hamstring) not practicing and Gerald McCoy (calf) still limited, the Bucs could find themselves significantly short-handed again in Week 7 versus the Niners. Ayers' progress will be checked again following Thursday's session.
Martin (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in San Francisco.
Martin was seemingly on track to practice for the first time since he injured his hamstring in Week 2, but he then suffered a setback at some point last week, leaving him without a clear timetable to return. With Charles Sims (knee) also out of the picture, Jacquizz Rodgers is set to handle a heavy three-down workload in Sunday's favorable matchup against the leaky San Francisco run defense. Peyton Barber and Antone Smith will provide depth.
McCoy (calf) was able to practice on a limited basis Wednesday, the team's official site reports.
McCoy's participation represented an improvement from Monday's DNP status, providing a glimmer of optimism for his chances of suiting up against the Niners in Week 7. With fellow linemates Robert Ayers (ankle) and Clinton McDonald (hamstring) still sidelined for what was the second practice of the week, McCoy's status is of particular importance. The next update on his condition should come following Thursday's session.
McDonald (hamstring) was limited in practice on Thursday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
McDonald sat out of practice earlier this week but returned in a limited fashion on Thursday, leaving him questionable for Sunday's tilt with the 49ers. Check back for more information regarding the defensive ends game status as the weekend approaches, with Akeem Spence serving as a replacement starter if McDonald isn't cleared.
James (undisclosed) reached an injury settlement with the Buccaneers on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Following a three-year stint with the Bucs, the team decided to part ways with James due to a vague injury he can't seem to overcome. In the wake of his release, Tampa Bay promoted rookie Peyton Barber from the practice squad and plucked Jacquizz Rodgers off the free agent market.
Bell (concussion) reached an injury settlement with the Buccaneers on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bell suffered a concussion in Week 4's preseason finale against the Redskins, leaving him on the sidelines for an extended amount of time. The team decided to part ways with wideout instead of holding him on IR for the year.