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Bills vs. Patriots injury report, NFL Week 6: Fred Jackson questionable

The Buffalo Bills list nine players on their official injury report for Sunday's game against New England, and seven of them - six of which are starters - are questionable.

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Good luck trying to figure out who will and won't be suiting up for the Buffalo Bills during Sunday's game against the New England Patriots, because a whopping seven players have officially been listed as questionable for the contest.

First, here's what we do know: special teams ace Marcus Easley (knee) will miss his third consecutive game, as will starting left guard Chris Williams (back). Both are out. Rookie guard Cyril Richardson will make his third straight start in Williams' place.

Here is the lengthy list of Bills players that are questionable for the contest:

  • RB Fred Jackson (ankle)
  • DT Kyle Williams (knee)
  • LB Nigel Bradham (knee)
  • LB Brandon Spikes (ribs)
  • CB Ron Brooks (neck)
  • Aaron Williams (wrist)
  • Da'Norris Searcy (knee)

Jackson did not participate in practice on Friday, but not due to his ankle injury - he was sent home with an illness. It's likely that all seven of those players will be tested on-field early on Sunday morning, with final determinations on their playing status occurring roughly 90 minutes prior to kickoff.