Bills vs. Chiefs Injury Report: Byrd, McGee, Ellison Questionable

The Buffalo Bills have wrapped up their week's practices in preparation for their Week 8 matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, and four players are officially listed on the team's injury report.

Jairus Byrd, Terrence McGee and Keith Ellison are all listed as questionable. McGee practiced on a limited basis every day this week, while Byrd missed only Wednesday's session. Chan Gailey called those players game-time decisions on Thursday, and puts Ellison in the same category. He practiced every day this week after missing two straight games with a knee injury.

George Wilson would start at free safety in the event Byrd cannot suit up, just as he did in Week 1 against Miami. Leodis McKelvin, meanwhile, would get his fourth straight start in place of McGee should the latter be forced to miss another game. According to Chris Brown at BuffaloBills.com, Byrd has a better chance of suiting up than McGee does.

Right tackle Cornell Green, meanwhile, has been ruled out of his second consecutive game. He did not practice this week, and will once again be replaced in the lineup by undrafted rookie Cordaro Howard.

Demetrius Bell is listed as probable. He missed Wednesday's practice for extra rest following his first full game of the 2010 season, but practiced fully Thursday and Friday.

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