Robert Woods (knee) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.
Coach Rex Ryan already admitted it's unlikely Woods plays against the Raiders.
Ryan Mathews (knee) has been ruled out for Week 13 against the Bengals.
In Mathews' absence last week, Wendell Smallwood got the start and split work 50-50 with Darren Sproles. Smallwood handled the running work, while Sproles was in for all the pass downs. Neither is more than a flex option.
Jordan Matthews (ankle) is questionable for Week 13 against the Bengals.
Matthews returned to a limited practice on Thursday but "got a little sore," putting his status for Week 13 up in the air. Matthews was unable to play through the sprained ankle Monday night and is now on a short week. Even if he plays, he's at risk for bowing out early. Consider him a risky WR3.
Julius Thomas (back) did not practice Friday.
He hasn't practiced at all this week and appears poised to miss his second-straight game. Ben Koyack got the start last week and saw two targets.
Allen Hurns (hamstring) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.
It looks like Hurns is going to sit this week against the Broncos. Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee will continue to operate as the Jaguars' top two receivers.
Chris Ivory (hamstring) remained sidelined at practice Friday.
He hasn't practiced at all this week and appears doubtful at best for Week 13 against the Broncos. A less-than-100-percent T.J. Yeldon will likely get the start, but Denard Robinson should also have a role after 13 carries last week.
A.J. Green said he's recovering from a Grade 2 hamstring tear.
According to Green, he's still aiming to play this season, even if it's Week 17. Admitting that "even if it's Week 17" would seem to suggest he's not close to playing yet. ESPN's Bob Holtzman reported Week 14 is "possible" for Green to return, but that's looking unlikely. Green owners shouldn't be holding their breath for anymore production from their WR1 this season.
Giants CB Janoris Jenkins is expected to shadow Antonio Brown in Week 13.
The Giants have been using Jenkins to trail opposing No. 1 wideouts this season, and he's done well to limit Dez Bryant (1-8), Stefon Diggs (5-47), and A.J. Green (7-68-1) in previous matchups. Jenkins is Pro Football Focus' No. 7 cover corner out of 120 qualifiers. Brown remains an elite WR1.