Resilient Bills limping ahead on short week

By JOHN WAWROW - AP Sports Writer
    2013-09-30 14:50

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller projects he can play this week if his swollen left ankle is at 80 percent.

Fellow running back Fred Jackson intends to wear a brace to protect his sprained left knee. Cornerback Leodis McKelvin says he's day to day with a pulled right hamstring. And defensive back Aaron Williams wasn't in the locker room Monday to provide an update on his bruised back.

The banged-up but resilient Bills (2-2) had little time to celebrate a day after their 23-20 win over Baltimore. That's because they were already back at work preparing for a game at Cleveland (2-2) on Thursday night.

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Which of the Bills' injured regulars will play remains uncertain. The team was scheduled to hold a walkthrough later in the day.

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