NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Bills running back LeSean McCoy will play against the Jacksonville Jaguars, barring any issues in pregame warmups. He also noted that McCoy spent the week watching extra film in order to compensate for potential physical limitations.
— Jon Scott (@JonScottTV) January 7, 2018
A report from ESPN's Adam Schefter Saturday night said that McCoy was "likely" to play. McCoy is listed as questionable and has been dealing with an ankle injury suffered last Sunday in the regular season finale against Miami.
Bills’ RB LeSean McCoy, questionable for Sunday’s wild card game vs Jaguars with a sprained ankle, is likely to play, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 7, 2018
McCoy did not practice Wednesday and Thursday and was listed as a limited participant.
On Thursday, McCoy said, "I know my body; I know myself. Especially the way I play, it's more cutting than running. I just want to be able to cut well enough where I don't have a lot of pain when I cut. I just want to be close, as far as 100 percent as I can get. The type of game like this, you've got to lay it on the line. If I can't get 100 percent, as long as I'm out there and can run effective enough, I'll do it."
He declined to speak with reporters on Friday.