The Bills have five players listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia, including starting LB Matt Milano.
"He's done some things this week that are encouraging,” said head coach Sean McDermott on Bills flagship WGR Sportsradio 550. “He'll probably end up being a game time decision."
Milano was limited in practice as were the other four players listed as questionable.
Kurt Coleman, Kevin Johnson, Corey Thompson and Duke Williams were also limited in practice Friday and are 50-50 to play Sunday as well.
Williams was still wearing a red non-contact jersey in practice on Friday.
When asked if it was discouraging to still see the receiver wearing red, coach McDermott did agree.
“A little bit. We’ll just have to see how he does,” he said. “It’s hard to get a real good feel in practice. We’ll do the best we can with it.”
The good news is starting left guard Quinton Spain, who missed Wednesday’s practice with a foot injury, practiced fully on Thursday and Friday and is good to start on Sunday.
FB Pat DiMarco also appears to have bounced back from an ankle injury that kept him out of practice on Wednesday. He too practiced fully the rest of the week and is good to go against the Eagles.
WR Cole Beasley was the only non-participant Friday, but it was for rest.
S Kurt Coleman – hamstring
CB Kevin Johnson – neck
LB Matt Milano – hamstring
LB Corey Thompson – ankle
WR Duke Williams – shoulder