By Jay Skurski
The Buffalo Bills' injury report lists four players as questionable for Sunday's game against Tennessee, but all sound like they have a good chance of playing.
Terrence McGee (knee), Kyle Williams (ankle), Da'Norris Searcy (ankle) and Spencer Johnson (ankle) all practiced on a limited basis today in Ralph Wilson Stadium. Coach Chan Gailey said Williams is "fine," and that McGee "looked all right," from what the coach had seen.
Searcy in the locker room after practice said he'll be ready to go against the Titans.
Three players have been ruled out: Left tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle), right guard Kraig Urbik (ankle) and defensive end Mark Anderson (knee). Gailey said both Glenn and Urbik are expected back after the team's bye week.
Mario Williams (wrist) and Brad Smith (chest) practiced fully all week and are probable.
Tennessee listed three players as out: quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder), running back Javon Ringer (knee) and cornerback Tommy Campbell (ankle). Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey practiced today on a limited basis after missing two days and is questionable. Also questionable are linebacker Colin McCarthy (ankle), who did not practice all week, and tackle Mike Otto (knee).
Titans linebacker Patrick Bailey practiced fully all week with a hand injury and is probable.