Bills nose tackle Kyle Williams didn't practice again Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Baltimore. Williams suffered a bone bruise in his right ankle during Wednesday's practice.
It's likely Williams will be a game-time decision.
“I think the thing that [the Bills’ medical staff] said when I did it, when I had the bone bruise, it grabbed a ligament and the ligament was so inflamed and they pumped me full of anti-inflammatory [medication],’’ Williams said Friday after practice. “They said once the ligament stops getting inflamed I will get better a lot quicker, so it felt pretty good today. A little twinge in it, but I’ve got a lot of time. So, we’ll see how it goes.’’
Williams' potential absence would create a huge hole in an already porous run defense. He has a key role in the "heavy" four-man defensive line the Bills plan to use in an effort to improve against the run. If he's out, defensive end Spencer Johnson would likely start next to nose tackle Torell Troup.
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