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 is expected to play Sunday against the 49ers, but on a potentially limited basis, Alex Marvez of Sporting News reports.
McCoy will be active Week 7 barring any pregame setbacks, but coach Dirk Koetter intends on monitoring the snap count of his top defensive tackle. John Hughes and Akeem Spence figure to see additional reps in the middle.
McDonald (hamstring) will not play against the 49ers on Sunday.
McDonald was able to return to practice after sitting out on Wednesday, but will be held out due to the lingering nature of hamstring injuries. However, he appears to have an optimistic chance of returning next week. Akeem Spence will get the start on Sunday as his replacement.
Shorts (hamstring) is expected to start at wide receiver opposite Mike Evans during Sunday's game against the 49ers, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
Despite Shorts being listed as questionable heading into the weekend, coach Dirk Koetter plans to fill Vincent Jackson's (knee) vacancy in the starting lineup with Shorts. This would leave Adam Humphries and Russell Shepard as the No. 3 and No. 4 options at wide receiver, while tight end Cameron Brate also figures to play a role in the passing game.
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.
Pierre-Louis (ankle) will not play in Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Curtis Crabtree of UPI.com reports.
This will be the first game missed for Pierre-Louis this season. He provided a season high three tackles in last Sunday's win over the Falcons. Dewey McDonald and Jordan Tripp figure to see an increased workload providing depth at outside linebacker while Pierre-Louis is sidelined.
Rawls (ankle) remains a few weeks away from his return, according to coach Pete Carroll, 710 ESPN Seattle's Liz Mathews reports.
Rawls has been sidelined since Week 2 due to a fibula injury and general manager John Schneider started October by projecting he'd need another month to recover. As a result, Carroll saying he's still a few weeks away fits that timeline, although Rawls still has no definitive date for his expected return. While that leaves his already-frustrated fantasy owners in further limbo, Rawls' absence figures to allow Christine Michael to continue to dominate Seattle's backfield workload, with rookie Alex Collins and C.J. Prosise (wrist) factoring in behind him.
Willson (knee - MCL) responded well to surgery and is hopeful to return this season, ESPN's Liz Mathews reports.
Willson injured his knee Sunday against the Falcons and went under the knife Tuesday in order to fix it. He's slated to miss multiple games, but it seems he could realistically return later on in the season.