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Mitch Morse, Robert Foster questionable for Buffalo Bills - Dallas Cowboys showdown

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Morse will be a game-time decision.

The Buffalo Bills have a light injury list heading into their Thanksgiving Day battle with the Dallas Cowboys, but it’s uncertain if a key member of their offense will be able to play. Center Mitch Morse, who injured a finger against the Denver Broncos, is listed as questionable for Thursday’s game. Morse was a limited participant in practice all week, and Sean McDermott indicated that his availability hinges on his ability to reliably snap the ball despite his finger. If Morse can’t go, Jon Feliciano will slide to starting center and Spencer Long will fill in at right guard.

Also questionable to play is wideout Robert Foster, who tweaked his hamstring on Sunday. In a good sign, Foster only missed one day of practice, working as a limited participant on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the short week is probably too quick to see him return to the field.

Offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe has been declared out, still rehabbing his ankle injury, and defensive back Siran Neal, graduated from the concussion protocol, is good to go this week.