ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) – Bills receiver Roscoe Parrish, guard Tutan Reyes and center Melvin Fowler all practiced Friday and could play Sunday when Buffalo hosts New England.

The trio are listed as questionable on the Bills’ injury report, and coach Dick Jauron said they will be game-time decisions.

Parrish, who has become a deep-threat option for the Bills by averaging nearly 17 yards per catch, had missed the previous two practices after tweaking his hamstring in last weekend’s loss at Detroit. He leads all Buffalo receivers with two touchdowns.

Parrish is also the team’s main punt returner and would be replaced by cornerback Nate Clements or backup safety Jim Leonhard if he is unable to play.

Center/guard Duke Preston would fill in for either Reyes (shoulder) or Fowler (thigh).


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