Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams (hamstring) and fullback Corey McIntyre (ankle) both participated in practice Friday in Ralph Wilson Stadium. Those are the Bills' two worrisome injuries heading into Sunday's game at Cincinnati. Tackle Cordaro Howard (shoulder) also particiapted to some degree.
"They're questionable right now but I have faith that they all have got a decent chance," said coach Chan Gailey of Williams, McIntyre and Howard.
With running back C.J. Spiller (hamstring) out, the Bills are thin at running back. They will probably wait until tomorrow to make sure McIntyre is OK. If McIntyre is 100 percent, Gailey said they probably won't have to add a running back to the roster for Sunday. Quinton Ganther will serve as the backup to Fred Jackson. It looks like Spiller will have a good chance to be back for the game against Pittsburgh next week.