By Mark Gaughan
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey said today running backs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller both took part in practice Friday and both will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New England.
"I think they both have a chance, a legitimate chance," Gailey said after the team's workout in the Bills Fieldhouse. Both were somewhat limited in the workout. Jackson is coming back from a sprained knee, Spiller from a shoulder injury.
Jackson, in the locker room after practice, was optimistic about playing.
"It got better as the day went on today, so that's always good," Jackson said. "It felt good yesterday, too, after practice. Excited to see what happens on Sunday."
Gailey acknowledged he would not have expected on Monday that Spiller would have been able to do some work Thursday and Friday.
"Not a chance," Gailey said. "It was great to get Spiller back because it keeps our Wildcat stuff alive, so that's good."
Still, given the fact Spiller only got a couple of snaps on Thursday, he's probably more questionable than Jackson.