Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy was limited in practice for a second consecutive day on Friday, and as a result has been listed as questionable for Sunday's showdown with the New England Patriots.
McCoy has not been at 100 percent for over a month now, but unless he suffers a significant setback on Saturday or Sunday morning, the chances of him missing a highly important Bills game are very remote.
Corey Graham practiced for a third consecutive day and has been cleared through the NFL's concussion protocol, meaning that he is eligible to play on Sunday after missing all but one play of last weekend's win over Indianapolis. He is listed as probable for the contest, but will suit up, relegating Bacarri Rambo back to reserve duty against a dangerous passing offense.
Also listed as probable: wide receiver Percy Harvin, who may very well end up with that designation on a week-to-week basis thanks to his ongoing hip issues.
Only two Bills players will not take part in the game on Sunday due to injury, and they're the same names from last week: wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (ribs) and linebacker Tony Steward (knee).
Two key Patriots players are excessively unlikely to play, as well: center Ryan Wendell and defensive lineman Dominique Easley. Wendell's absence ensures that rookie undrafted free agent David Andrews will start in the pivot on Sunday, giving the Bills a key matchup advantage in the trenches.