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0-2, 4th in AFC East

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RB LeSean McCoy said Wednesday that he will decide by Friday or Saturday whether he can play Sunday against the Vikings. "[I'll see] if I can actually go out there and run full tilt, full speed with no pain,” he said. “But it might be some pain. I'll have to deal with it.” McCoy said running with pain is the bigger issue than being tackled after what he estimated to be about 20 carries in a game. He said he would wear protective equipment over his damaged rib cartilage -- which he heard "crack" when center Ryan Groy fell on him Sunday -- if he plays. He was listed as limited in practice Wednesday.

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McCoy: Ownership, teammates remain supportive

The Buffalo Bills are taking it "one day at a time" when it comes to LeSean McCoy's legal situation, amid allegations that he abused his 6-year-old son.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said he and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier will collaborate on defensive play calls moving forward. McDermott, who took over those duties from Frazier at halftime last Sunday, pointed to other coaches in his past collaborating on play calls to justify his decision.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RB LeSean McCoy (ribs) and WR Kelvin Benjamin (hip) will both be limited in practice Wednesday.


The Right Time: Bo on Vontae quitting, Gordon to the Pats and more

Bomani lets loose on Vontae Davis retiring mid-game (:39) as well as the Browns giving up on Josh Gordon and sending him to New England (17:29). Plus, kicking the 0-2 teams while they're down (31:14), a fresh edition of IYHH (44:22) and your stories of when you "quit" your job mid-shift just like our man Vontae (55:38).

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McDermott on Davis: 'His actions have spoken'

Bills coach Sean McDermott and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said on Monday that they have yet to speak to cornerback Vontae Davis following his abrupt retirement during Sunday's game but "wish him nothing but the best."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said Monday that he and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier are "still working through" who will call plays moving forward after McDermott took over defensive play-calling from Frazier in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Chargers. "Either way, Leslie is going to be a big part of what we're doing," McDermott said. Frazier said the two have collaborated on the defense already and "this really won't be any different."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills' injury report Monday, per coach Sean McDermott: RB LeSean McCoy (ribs, day-to-day), RB Taiwan Jones (no concussion, bruises and cuts), WR Ray-Ray McCloud (knee, will continue to practice), CB Phillip Gaines (dislocated elbow, chance he could play Sunday), CB Taron Johnson (shoulder, day-to-day), DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring, day-to-day).

Woody fuming over Vontae Davis' halftime retirement (1:58)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Phillip Gaines disclocated his elbow in Sunday's game, a source said, but there is hope that with treatment he will be able to play next Sunday in Minnesota. Bills need Gaines in starting role after Vontae Davis' retirement.

Ryan on Davis' retirement: 'This is a joke, you don't quit' (1:34)
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Bills RB McCoy day-to-day with rib injury

Bills running back LeSean McCoy has what coach Sean McDermott called "ripped" rib cartilage, leaving him questionable for Sunday's game at Minnesota against the Vikings.

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Josh Allen posted the lowest QBR (15.0) so far in Week 2.

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The Minnesota Vikings open as 16.5-point home favorites against the Bills in Week 3 at Westgate, the largest spread this season.

Bills had signs of frustration with Davis before retirement (1:08)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills CB Vontae Davis released a statement Sunday evening saying he "meant no disrespect to his teammates or coaches" by retiring at halftime of a loss to the Chargers. Davis said he felt no longer capable of physically playing the game and felt he owed it to his family to remove himself and stay healthy.

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Davis shocks Bills, quits NFL at halftime

Bills cornerback Vontae Davis abruptly retired at halftime of Sunday's 31-20 loss to the Chargers, saying in a statement that he realized, "I shouldn't be out there anymore." One teammate called the timing "completely disrespectful."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander said he was told CB Vontae Davis quit the team and retired at halftime of Sunday's game. "It's completely disrespectful," Alexander said.

Team Stats

Passing Yards139.531st
Rushing Yards83.5Tied-25th
Points For11.531st
Points Against39.0Tied-31st

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