Bills rookie kicker Dustin Hopkins was a non-participant again in practice on Wednesday with his groin injury, but head coach Doug Marrone said Hopkins might begin to work his way back into the practice setting late this week.
When asked if he’ll be available for Sunday’s game, Marrone indicated it was up in the air.
“I don’t know that for sure,” said Marrone. “He was out (not participating) today, but we plan on getting him out on
the field and kicking him later in the week.”
Hopkins was replaced in the lineup last week by Dan Carpenter, who will kick again this week if Hopkins doesn’t make significant progress this week.
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