Bills CB Leodis McKelvin missed Sunday’s game with a strained hamstring, but he’s hopeful that he’ll be good to go Thursday night against Cleveland.
McKelvin said he sustained a grade one hamstring strain, the least severe, so he believes he’s going to have a good shot to play against the Browns.
“I feel like I have a chance,” he said. “I’ve been out for about eight days now and they gave me a span of seven to 10 days so hopefully by the time game time it will have gone away. We’re still on schedule with what’s been going on. It was a grade one strain so we’re sticking with the plan and I’ll keep working.”
The cornerback sounds like he’s in the final stages of testing the hamstring in rehab this week.
“I’m pretty much going through the phase now with how I feel when I want to burst and how I feel getting to my top speed. That’s what I’m going through right now day by day.”
The Bills have a late practice Tuesday afternoon. Whether McKelvin practices extensively will be a wait and see.
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