Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee came through last week’s game with no setbacks in his return from a nerve problem in his calf. He had another solid week of practice as well. So is he ready to return to the starting lineup on Sunday against the Dolphins?
Bills head coach Chan Gailey weighed in on that possibility.
"I think physically he could probably do it," said Gailey. "Whether he would last a whole game, I think we all still wonder that. He certainly came through a lot better this week through practice and last week’s game better than he’s been in a long, long time. We’re still trying to decide whether he’ll start or whether we’ll start Leodis (McKelvin)."
Buffalo's secondary is better with McGee but don't let his presence prevent you from starting Brandon Marshall or Davone Bess if you need to play them. The bigger issue facing Marshall and Bess is the erratic play of Chad Henne.