The Bills are heading into Sunday's game at New England as healthy as they have been during the early part of the season. The only player out for the game is linebacker Paul Posluszny, who is still a week away from returning from a knee injury.
Meanwhile, left guard Andy Levitre (neck) and linebacker Keith Ellison (knee) practiced fully Friday and are listed as probable for the game. Ellison is expected to start in Posluszny's inside linebacker spot for the second straight week.
Haven't got an official injury report from the Patriots yet, but wide receiver Taylor Price (ankle), right tackle Nick Kaczur (back) and cornerback Terrence Wheatley (foot) weren't on the field during the practice period the media is allowed to see. Running back Fred Taylor has been limited the last two practices, but is expected to start on Sunday.
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