Bills LB Manny Lawson has been battling his way through a hamstring injury the past couple of weeks, but head coach Doug Marrone felt on Wednesday that the veteran linebacker had a good chance of playing Sunday. That situation has changed after Lawson suffered a setback.
“I said yesterday I really felt good and then we had a setback (Wednesday) afternoon so it’s going to be a day to day thing,” said Marrone. “Obviously he has a hamstring, so that was not the best of news.”
Lawson did not practice for a second straight day and admitted that it’s going to be harder for him to be ready to play at New Orleans.
“Manny is smart and a veteran guy so that’s why it’ll be day to day with him,” said Marrone. “Wednesday when we worked him out in the afternoon it was a setback and (the hamstring) was not where we wanted it to be.”
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