Stroud, McGee questionable for Bills due to knee injuries

Carucci: Destination Buffalo? senior columnist Vic Carucci addressed the Bills' coaching situation during a recent live chat on

"The Bills stepped up and made it clear that they're willing to spend what is necessary to land a top-level coach and give that person the authority he will demand in running all things football. The problem is that the Bills probably don't have enough attractive pieces in place to convince one of the top-level coaches that they could win at any point in the near future."  **Transcript ...**

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills starting defensive tackle Marcus Stroud and starting cornerback Terrence McGee are questionable for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.

Both Stroud and McGee are nursing knee injuries, and both missed last week's loss at Jacksonville.

Rookie safety Jairus Byrd (groin) is also questionable, while left tackle Demetrius Bell won't play because of a lingering knee injury.

Meanwhile, rookie right guard Eric Wood has returned to Buffalo after having surgery in Jacksonville to repair two broken bones in his left leg. Wood had surgery hours after he was injured in the loss to the Jaguars last Sunday, and stayed in Jacksonville for three days as a precaution.

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