Well, it looks like one Giants receiver that was expected to be out will strap on their pads for Sunday's tilt against the Bills.
Cody Latimer, who was initially supposed to be out with a calf injury, is actually set to play, according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan. Latimer was expected to be on the sideline with Sterling Shepard, who is out with a concussion.
So Latimer should be set to start opposite of Bennie Fowler to start this game today. It's unknown if he'll be limited with his injury, but with the Giants' starting receivers in Shepard and Golden Tate out, one would expect to see Latimer out there as much as he can to help the receiving corps.
Latimer saw eight targets last week against the Cowboys, but only hauled in three for 74 yards. He did have a great catch down the left sideline where he used his height to go up and get an Eli Manning jump ball.
Manning was reliant on Evan Engram and Saquon Barkley last week, but the Bills defense -- one of the best in the league -- know that and will be extra cautious watching them. So Latimer, and the rest of the receivers, should be ready to see some targets today. Russell Shepard will also be out there in the slot.