Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams did not practice on Friday, but it doesn't mean he won't play on Sunday at Baltimore.
"If I feel like I can play the way I want to play then obviously I'm going to play," said Williams. "If I feel like I can get close and go out there and compete and get after guys then I'm going to play no matter what."
Head coach Chan Gailey said that Williams would be a game time decision Sunday.
"Since Kyle hasn't practiced he's going to be questionable for the game," said Gailey.
For a run defense that ranks last in the NFL, losing Williams, their best interior run defender would not help against a Ravens team that is tied for second in rushing attempts this season.
"He's a force for us," said Gailey. "So it hurts not to have a player of his caliber on the field."
Williams' ankle got rolled up on by another player that fell down on a play in practice Wednesday and has not practiced since. He did do some straight line running with athletic trainers on the side Friday and is hopeful it will improve.
"It feels better," he said. "I think the thing is when I did it, when I had the bone bruise it grabbed the ligament and the sheath of the ligament was inflamed. So they pumped me full of anti-inflammatory medicine and they said once the ligament stops getting inflamed that I'm going to get better a lot quicker. It felt pretty good (Friday). There's still a little twinge in it, but I've got a lot of time so we'll see how it goes."
Williams is the team's starting nose tackle in their 3-4 alignment. He is more of the penetrating defensive tackle in their 4-3 hybrid look that they employed extensively in Week 5 against Jacksonville in an effort to improve their run defense.
If Williams cannot play on Sunday, it's anticipated that Torell Troup would take Williams' place and defensive end Dwan Edwards would kick inside next to Troup with Spencer Johnson manning the right defensive end position.
But counting Williams out at this point would be premature.
"Two days is a lot of time," said Williams. "When you're trying to rest something two days is a lot of time. You'd be surprised."
Green, McGee outHead coach Chan Gailey also declared starting right tackle Cornell Green (knee) and starting cornerback Terrence McGee (back) out for Sunday's game. Rookie Cordaro Howard will make his first NFL start in place of Green, while Leodis McKelvin steps in for McGee.