Bills LT Bell back at practice, likely to play vs. Browns

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills starting left tackle Demetrius Bell is expected to return from a groin injury to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.

Bell fully participated in practice Friday after being forced to miss last Sunday's loss in Miami.

Reserve defensive lineman John McCargo (calf) also should return after missing the Miami game, and rookie safety Jairus Byrd (hip) and starting cornerback Terrence McGee (knee) are both probable.

Rookie cornerback Ellis Lankster (back) is questionable.

Starting safeties Donte Whitner (thumb) and Bryan Scott (ankle) both will miss their second consecutive game, and starting middle linebacker Paul Posluszny will miss his fourth game because of a broken forearm.

Reserve defensive lineman Chris Ellis is out after his mother passed away last weekend.

Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press

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