Bills vs. Chiefs: Buffalo Might Get CB Terrence McGee Back

Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee has not played since Week 3, and in the interim, Drayton Florence and Leodis McKelvin have both struggled to some degree as Buffalo's starting corners. McGee is still the Bills' best cornerback, and indications are that he could be set to return to the lineup this Sunday in Kansas City.

McGee was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday with a back injury, but Chan Gailey told reporters that he believed McGee could be a full participant by week's end. Joining McGee as limited was inside linebacker Keith Ellison, who has missed the last two games with a knee injury.

Two offensive linemen, Demetrius Bell and Cornell Green, did not practice. Green is out for the foreseeable future with a knee injury, while most assume that Bell was resting after playing his first full game of the season at left tackle in Baltimore. Free safety Jairus Byrd was also a non-participant with a thigh injury, though again, Gailey expects him back by week's end.

Three Chiefs players were limited - receiver Dexter McCluster (ankle), guard Ryan Lilja (hand) and safety Reshard Langford (ankle).

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