Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb may be in for a bit of a reprieve, as the Buffalo Bills' defensive line heads in to Sunday's game banged up. Brian Galliford of Buffalo Rumblings writes defensive tackle Kyle Williams missed his second straight practice Thursday. Bills head coach Chan Gailey said he thinks Williams will be able to play Sunday, but it's unlikely he'll be 100 percent.
Williams isn't the only member of the Bills' defensive line dealing with leg injuries. Defensive lineman Spencer Johnson did not practice Thursday because of an ankle injury, and defensive end Mark Anderson missed practice because of a knee injury. Defensive end Mario Williams, who has been dealing with a wrist injury, was a full participant in practice.
Offensive linemen Kraig Urbik and Cordy Glenn both also missed practice with ankle injuries. Urbik's backup, Chris Rhinehart, was limited in practice due to a calf injury.