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Opening Statement: Okay good morning, we’ll go ahead and get started. Q: LeSean [McCoy] update? A: LeSean, we’ll see him do some things today, and we’ll go from there. Q: Meaning he’ll participate in practice on a limited basis? A: Yeah, one movement at a time right now. We’ll just see how he does through the individual part of practice and then go from there. …

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Bills running back LeSean McCoy will "do some things" in practice Friday, coach Sean McDermott said. McCoy has been dealing with an ankle injury. He took part in stretching before Thursday's practice but was listed as did not practice Wednesday and Thursday. Without McCoy, the Bills will use Mike Tolbert and newcomer Marcus Murphy. "My confidence is still there. I…

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Members of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ secondary aren’t content simply beating opponents – they want them to hear about it, too. The Jaguars have developed a reputation as some of the biggest trash talkers in the NFL, something the Buffalo Bills’ receivers have caught wind of this week. “I've been hearing that,” Deonte Thompson said. “Talking's cheap. Talking ain't nev…

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The Bills received some good news about LeSean McCoy on Thursday. Buffalo's star running back took part in team stretches, returning to the field for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in the third quarter against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. He did not participate in practice, leaving the playing surface with a trainer at the start of positional drills.…

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There is no replacing LeSean McCoy. Buffalo Bills running back Marcus Murphy knows that, even if he’s asked to try Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. "I know I have a role in this offense, just like everyone else,” Murphy said Wednesday after practice. “I can't be Shady. You know, Shady is Shady. I just try to do what I can to take care of my role. When I get t…

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When the Bills run: No LeSean McCoy is a scary thought for the Bills. If the Jaguars have a weakness defensively (Buffalo coach Sean McDermott says they don’t), it would be stopping the run. Jacksonville allowed 116.3 rushing yards per game in the regular season, which tied for 21st in the NFL. Stopping the combination of Marcus Murphy and Mike Tolbert is obviously prefera…

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Offensive Coordinator Rick Dennison Monday, January 1, 2018 Q: For a fair amount of players on this roster, there isn’t playoff experience. As someone who has been in the playoffs, what is kind of your overriding message to at least the guys on offense this week in terms of getting ready for this? A: Well, we have some guys on the staff that have been to the playo…

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Opening Statement: Okay, good morning. Good afternoon, I guess I should say. Happy New Year. Good way to get the year started and we’ll go ahead and open it up to questions. Q: How much sleep did you get last night? A: A little bit. I know quite a few members the staff were in early this morning. [It’s] kind of hard to throttle down after an evening like that, but [i…

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Sean McDermott and the Buffalo Bills "got some good news" Monday morning regarding the ankle injury suffered by star running back LeSean McCoy on Monday against the Miami Dolphins. McDermott confirmed that X-rays on McCoy's ankle were negative, and that the veteran running back is "going to have a chance" at playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in the wild…

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Buffalo Bills are finally headed back to the playoffs, but they might be going there without their best offensive player. Running back LeSean McCoy left Sunday’s 22-16 victory over the Dolphins in the third quarter with a right ankle injury. McCoy was hurt at the end of a 3-yard carry as he was tackled by Dolphins linebacker Chase Allen. Bil…

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A Buffalo Bills victory wasn't enough. Not only did they have to beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, but the Bills also needed help from at least one other team, maybe two, to end the longest active playoff skid in North American big-league sports. In addition, the Baltimore Ravens had to lose. If not that, then the Los Angeles Chargers and the Tennessee Titans had to…

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy suffered a right ankle injury in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. The Bills later announced that McCoy is out for the game. McCoy was hurt at the end of a 3-yard run when he was tackled by Dolphins linebacker Chase Allen. After staying down and pounding his fist on…

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So it comes down to this for the Buffalo Bills. Beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday and get some help around the league, and a 17-year playoff drought will be over. You know the scenarios by now, but once more here they are: A Buffalo win coupled with a loss by Baltimore against Cincinnati gets the Bills in the playoffs. The other path for the Bills includes beating Miami…

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With all the games that will help determine which teams will be the AFC wild cards all scheduled for 4:25, it will be hard for the Bills players and coaches not to be watching the scoreboard in Miami to see what the Ravens, Titans and Chargers are doing. Here is a sampling of what coach Sean McDermott and some players had to say about it: Coach Sean McDermott: “I thi…

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The Buffalo Bills' offense has been good at keeping drives alive this season and great at converting third-and-manageable situations. The Bills rank seventh in third-down offense overall, converting 42 percent of their chances. The Bills are second in the league in third-and-5 or less, converting 65 percent. Only Dallas, at 66 percent, is better on third and 1 to 5. …