The Buffalo Bills have concluded their final practice in preparation for Week 1, and prior to Sunday's season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs, the team has listed just two players on the injury report.
Second-year defensive tackle Torell Troup, who left practice Wednesday and missed practice entirely Thursday with a lower back issue, was able to participate in practice on Friday, and is listed as questionable for the Chiefs game. Bills head coach Chan Gailey indicated after practice that Troup has a chance to play.
The same holds true for second-year wide receiver Marcus Easley, who was a last-minute addition to the injury report after leaving practice Friday due to what Gailey called a "medical issue." Gailey was also quick to point out that Easley is not injured, and that the team expects Easley's issue - whatever it is - to resolve itself quickly.
As previously discussed, Arthur Moats will not be available for this game, but but assuming Troup and Easley are both available on Sunday, the Bills may very well find themselves choosing between 52 healthy players for Sunday's contest at Arrowhead Stadium. That is a rarity for this injury-prone franchise.