McCoy (shoulder) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Jets. McCoy is out there Thursday as expected, but both he and fellow running back Karlos Williams -- who is in line to see his share of touches in Week 10 -- figure to find the yards tougher to come by than they did in this past Sunday's win over the Dolphins, with the Jets defense currently allowing a league-low average of 80.6 rushing yards per game.
McCoy (shoulder) is listed as probable for Thursday night's game against the Jets. There's little doubt that McCoy will be available for Thursday's game, though both he and fellow RB Karlos Williams -- who figures to see his share of touches in the contest -- figure to find the yards tougher to come by that they did in Week 9's win over Miami, with the Jets allowing a league-low average of 80.6 rushing yards per game to date.
McCoy (shoulder) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. It's not clear how much work McCoy was able to get in Tuesday, but he was able to get on the field after being held out of Monday's walkthrough. McCoy does not have much time to recover from the shoulder injury he suffered Sunday with the Bills playing Thursday in Week 10, but both he and head coach Rex Ryan believe he will be able to suit up this week against the Jets. The Bills will provide another update on McCoy's status when they release their final injury report of the week Wednesday afternoon.
McCoy (shoulder) could play in Thursday's game according to head coach Rex Ryan -- "I believe LeSean McCoy will play (on Thursday). How significant his role will be, I'm not sure." McCoy was a non-participant in Monday's walkthrough, so it remains to be seen to what extent the 27-year-old will be able to practice in the following days. After sustaining a shoulder injury during Sunday's win over the Dolphins, McCoy will have to make a quick turnaround in order to find the field against the Jets this Thursday. If he's unable to go, Karlos Williams (nine carries for 110 yards and two touchdowns against Dolphins) could see a significant increase in carries, with Dan Herron or Anthony Dixon likely seeing more of a supporting role in the backfield.
McCoy (shoulder) was listed as a non-participant in Monday's walkthrough, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. McCoy suggested after Sunday's win over the Dolphins, that he'll "be all right," but his status for Thursday's game against the Jets will nonetheless be worth tracking closely, given that Bills are on a short week.
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