The Buccaneers signed wide receiver Mario Urrutia on Saturday to help with the team's injured receiving corps. Antonio Bryant, who didn't play last week at Buffalo due to a knee bruise, is listed as questionable and Maurice Stovall, who also has a knee injury, is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the New York Giants.

If Bryant does not play on Sunday, the Bucs may dress just four wide receivers against the Giants with Urrutia, Michael Clayton, Brian Clark and rookie Sammie Stroughter.

To make room for Urrutia on the active roster, the Bucs released linebacker Matt McCoy.

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