By Mark Gaughan
Barring a setback in the next two days, it's looking more likely that Buffalo Bills star running back Fred Jackson will play against New England on Sunday.
"Fred worked and worked well today, and there didn't seem to be any residual affect negatively from yesterday," Bills coach Chan Gailey said.
Jackson, who sprained his knee in the season opener, worked most of the practice. "He was in there at the very end," Gailey said.
"I think if we make it through the next couple days and continue to improve I think he'll have the opportunity to play," Gailey said.
Jackson went directly from the practice field to the trainer's room after practice, but told reporters, "I feel good," as he walked off the field.
Gailey said running back C.J. Spiller took a few reps as he tries to come back from a shoulder injury suffered Sunday. "He didn't take a lot, but he took a few and he got back into the swing of things," Gailey said. "We didn't do tackling drills out there ... We'll see where it takes us. I don't know where it's going."