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LeSean McCoy won't practice, listed as day-to-day

Bills running back LeSean McCoy will not practice Wednesday, coach Sean McDermott said.

McCoy, who injured an ankle in Sunday's regular season finale, is considered day-to-day. McCoy was wearing a walking boot when he left Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday and McDermott had said the team got some "good news" upon further evaluation Monday.

An ESPN report Tuesday said McCoy was expected to be a game-time decision.

As you would expect, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said, "We prepare like he's playing."

The Bills added running back Aaron Green to the practice squad Tuesday, potentially as insurance to help bolster the running back corps of Mike Tolbert and Marcus Murphy if McCoy can't play. Green has spent time with the Rams and Cowboys after being undrafted in 2016.

Offensive tackle Jordan Mills (ankle), cornerback Shareece Wright (concussion), linebacker Matt Milano (hamstring),  defensive tackle Kyle Williams (rest day) and linebacker Lorenzo Alexander (rest day) also did not practice.

Receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee), tight end Charles Clay (knee) and quarterback Joe Webb (ankle) all were listed as limited.


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