Bills Daily - Top News Friday October 21, 2016

McCoy Questionable: LeSean McCoy was on the practice field today for the Bills but it doesn't mean he will play Sunday. It appears like he will be a gametime decision and is officially listed as questionable. McCoy did some stretching and took part in a few drills. He described himself as very limited but said he felt alright and will see how it feels on Sunday. He is trying to be smart with it and said it is the same leg he hurt last year but it isn't nearly as bad as then. Rex Ryan won't rule him out saying Shady really wants to play. He also caught a pass in the part of practice open to the media but didn't have his usual bounce. There was a report yesterday that he was out but that was refuted by several local media outlets. Kyle Williams and Jerome Felton were back on the field but Marcell Dareus and Robert Woods weren't and are listed as doubtful. Injury Page.

Thursday October 20, 2016

McCoy Out? Josina Anderson of ESPN reports LeSean McCoy will not play on Sunday and may miss more time depending on how long it takes to heal his hamstring injury.

McCoy Injury Not Full Blown: Rex Ryan spoke to the media after practice today and said that the hamstring injury to LeSean McCoy is not full blown and not as bad as last year. They will see how he progresses over the next couple of days before deciding on his status for Sunday's game. He was at practice today but didn't participate. Offensive Coordinator Anthony Lynn said they don't want to go week to week with McCoy not healthy like last year they want to get him fully healthy and will not change the running game if he's out. The coach also said that Shaq Lawson will play on Sunday. He has seen enough from him to get him on the field. Kyle Williams was limited today with a neck issue. Robert Woods remains in the walking boot and is still sidelined but he still hopes to play Sunday. The coach doesn't have long term concern for Woods but there is concern when a player doesn't practice. Marcell Dareus is working hard to get ready but still not on the field. The coach is still hoping he can play on Sunday. Injury Page.

McCoy Among Those Sitting: As could be expected LeSean McCoy did not take part in practice today. Sal Cappaccio reported it is somwhere between a mild and moderate strain of his hamstring. That makes it fairly unlikely he will play this week and probably puts the next two weeks in jeopardy as well before the bye week. Marcell Dareus, Jerome Felton, Seantrel Henderson, and Robert Woods also did not practice today. Felton injured his back during yesterday's practice. Dareus it appears may be at least nother week away from playing. Cordy Glenn and Charles Clay returned to practice. Injury Page.

Game Preview:The Bills head down to South Florida riding high on a four game winning streak as they look to keep their eye on the ball with a big matchup with the Patriots looming next week. Miami has struggled all year long but got back on track last week at home. The Bills are road favorites against a division rival for the first time since 2007. Complete Preview.

Wednesday October 19, 2016

McCoy Injures Hamstring: Some potentially really bad news for the Bills during today's practice as LeSean McCoy was unable to finish after injuring his hamstring. Rex Ryan spoke to the media again after practice to address the media and called it tightness. He said he will be evaluated by the medical staff and would not speculate on the severity or if he'll be able to play Sunday. Jerome Felton also couldn't finish practice with a back injury. Several players sat today but Ryan is not too concerned about any of those players availablilty for Sunday. The list of players sitting included Charles Clay who injured his ankle on Sunday and Robert Woods who suffered a foot injury in the win. Marcell Dareus continues to sit with his hamstring injury but there seems to be a chance of him returning to the field this week. Cordy Glenn sat to rest his ankle and Lerentee McCray also did not practice today. Injury Page.

Tuesday October 18, 2016

Bills Fans Happy The Bills have now won four in a row but our columnist Tony Bogyo is taking a realistic approach to the Bills sudden fortunes. There are warning signs despite the winning streak they are on now and they will need to tighten things up to beat some of the better teams in the league. Complete Story.

Monday October 17, 2016

Lawson To Practice: Rex Ryan told the media today that Shaq Lawson will practice on Wednesday as was anticipated. The coach is hoping he will get up to speed enough to come in and spell Lorenzo Alexander and Jerry Hughes. The coach has admitted several times recently that Alexander has won the job and he's not holding it for the top pick anymore. The coach said it's not 100 percent certain Lawson will dress for the Miami game they will see how he develops during the week. He has yet to take an NFL practice.

Sunday October 16, 2016

Bills Blitz: LeSean McCoy ran for three touchdowns, Mike Gillislee added a fourth as the Bills ran away from the 49ers in the second half of a 45-16 win. It was the Bills fourth straight win as Tyrod Taylor threw touchdown passes to Robert Woods and Justin Hunter as the Bills put together a complete team win. McCoy finished with 140 yards on the ground while Taylor completed 17 of 26 passes for 179 yards. Bills Blitz.

Injury Update: The Bills seemed to get through the game fine. They got a scare when LeSean McCoy went down with a knee injury but he was able to return in the second half. Charles Clay suffered an ankle injury in the win. Robert Woods hurt his foot and had a small boot on after the game but he was able to finish the game. Injury Page.

Saturday October 15, 2016

Gameday Weather: It looks like tomorrow will be the first bad weather game of the season. While the temperatures will be mild like a September game, the winds and rain will make it feel like a November battle. The high temperature will be around 70° but the wind will gust out of the Southwest at 18mph with rain possible throughout the day. It is expected to get steadier during the second half.

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