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Kyle Williams, Terrence McGee on Bills injury report

By Tim Graham

The Buffalo Bills' initial injury report for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans listed five players who did not practice, two who were limited and two who participated fully.

Not in service for the Bills today were left tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle), defensive end Mark Anderson (knee), defensive tackle Kyle Williams (ankle), cornerback Terrence McGee (knee) and safety Da'Norris Searcy (ankle).

Right guard Kraig Urbik and defensive tackle Spencer Johnson were limited with ankle injuries and could play Sunday after missing the past two games.

"They're going to be out there and do something today," Gailey said of Urbik and Johnson before practice, "but we still have to see how they do, how they recover for tomorrow, all of that. So it's not any clearer, but at least they'll be out there doing something today."

Gailey all but ruled out Glenn for Sunday's game but was optimistic Glenn would be able to play in Week Nine against the Houston Texans. Glenn has missed the past two games.

Defensive end Mario Williams (wrist) and receiver Brad Smith (chest) were on the injury report, but practiced fully.

Tennessee also had five players not practice today: running back Javon Ringer (knee), defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (shoulder), linebackers Zach Brown (illness) and Colin McCarthy (ankle) and cornerback Tommy Campbell (ankle).

Titans quarterback Jake Locker was limited with his left shoulder injury.

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Tim Graham

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Tim Graham returned to The Buffalo News in 2011 after covering the NFL for three years at ESPN and for one year at the Palm Beach Post. Before that, the Cleveland native spent seven seasons on the Buffalo Sabres beat for The News and was president of the Boxing Writers Association of America.

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