It’s far from a definite, but DL
“Spencer and Urbik have got the best chances to make it,” he said in reference to Sunday’s game. “Cordy (Glenn) is probably the furthest behind at this point.”
Glenn, Johnson and Urbik have missed the last two games after all three sustained ankle injuries in Week 4. Urbik was seen walking around the facility at One Bills Drive without an immobilizer boot on his injured ankle as was the case two weeks ago.
Buffalo had to elevate OL David Snow and DT Jay Ross from the practice squad last week to help replenish the depth on the offensive and defensive interior for this past Sunday’s game at Arizona. Both players were released Monday. Whether they’re re-signed to the team’s practice squad remains to be seen.
The case would appear to be the same for Urbik as the offensive line has only six healthy players on the active roster after Snow was released not counting Urbik. Buffalo typically dresses seven offensive linemen on game days.
When asked if Johnson and Urbik will practice on Wednesday, Gailey had a one word answer.
“Maybe,” he said.