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Buffalo Bills starting right guard Kraig Urbik will miss his third straight game because of a right ankle injury.
Coach Chan Gailey ruled out Urbik from playing against Tennessee this weekend after the player was unable to practice Thursday. Urbik had returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since he was hurt.
Veteran defensive lineman Spencer Johnson has a chance to return after missing two games with an ankle injury. Gailey said Johnson looked good for a second straight day.
Veteran cornerback Terrence McGee was held out of practice for a second straight day to rest a nagging left knee injury. McGee says he expects to practice Friday, and play Sunday.
The Bills (3-3) have a bye week off after playing the Titans (2-4).
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