The Bills hit the practice field later this afternoon for the long week of workouts leading up to the season opener. And a couple of key defenders, DE Mark Anderson and CB Terrence McGee, both say they’re ready to return to the lineup.
Anderson missed the final two preseason games with a nagging groin injury. But he told reporters in the locker room Monday morning that he’ll be ready for the Jets.
“I’m feeling good, I had a chance to rehab the groin, everything is feeling back to normal,” he said. “It’s just a matter of going back out there and getting reps and getting back to playing fast.”
Cornerback Terrence McGee has had an on-again, off-again practice schedule during the preseason, as he recovers from offseason surgery on his patellar tendon. But he says he feels good enough to practice this week and play on Sunday. McGee says the last four of five weeks, as he struggled with his surgically repaired knee, have left him with some uncertainty about his readiness to play.
“It’s always been there,” he says, “It’s just one of those things you gotta work through. I’m still working through it. It’s gonna be one of those things where it’s a long process, I gotta change certain things about my warmup and stretching habits, so it’s just something I’m gonna have to work through until it gets to 100-percent.”
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