Buffalo Bills veteran cornerback Terrence McGee still hasn't lost his ''Game Day'' reputation.
It's a nickname McGee picked up early in his career because of his resilience. No matter how sore he felt during the week, he was usually ready to play come Sunday.
And that applies to McGee this offseason. Overcoming season-ending knee surgery and several setbacks that limited his practice time, McGee declared himself ready to open his 10th season in Buffalo on Sunday, when the Bills travel to face the New York Jets.
That's a relief for McGee, who at times had questioned his future in Buffalo. And it's a big plus for the Bills, who are relying on his veteran presence to steady their young starting tandem of rookie Stephon Gilmore and second-year player Aaron Williams.