The Bills have opted for quantity over quality while rebuilding their offensive line, forgoing the top of the free-agent market to sign a slew of lower-ceiling players with experience as starters. The 330-pound Spain fits the mold, with 48 starts in 50 games over the past four seasons for the Titans. He should compete for a starting job in Buffalo.
Spain (ankle) is active for Sunday's matchup with Indianapolis.
Spain was limited in practice this week but is expected to be a full go Sunday, barring any setbacks. He's expected to see his usual role as the team's starting left guard.
Spain was a limited participant in practice Thursday and Friday after having been sidelined to begin the week. The starting left guard could be a game-time decision for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Colts.
Spain (shoulder) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Spain appears to have made good use of Tennessee's bye week and recovered from shoulder injury sustained in Week 6. The Titans will benefit from the return of their starting left guard during Monday's matchup against the Cowboys, barring any setbacks.
Spain was able to return to practice Friday in a limited fashion, but didn't demonstrate enough progress in his recovery to garner an active status. The Titans will let Spain heal up through their upcoming bye week before potentially getting him back Nov. 5 in Dallas.