Trent Sherfield, Jordan Phillips questionable Sunday against Jets

All active players participated in practice on Friday

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - Every player on the Buffalo Bills' active roster was a full participant in practice on Friday, but wide receiver Trent Sherfield (ankle) and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (knee) are both considered questionable to play Sunday against the New York Jets.

Sherfield, Phillips, and four other players who were all limited on Thursday were upgraded to full participants on Friday.

Those four - safety Micah Hyde, cornerback Christian Benford, defensive back Cam Lewis, and linebacker Dorian Williams - are all cleared to play Sunday.

Stating quarterback Josh Allen appeared on the injury report for the first time this week with his right shoulder ailment he had been dealing with, but was not given an injury designation for the game. That means he will play when the two teams take the field on Sunday for a 4:25 p.m. EST kickoff at Highmark Stadium.

For the Jets, two players are listed as questionable: Wide receiver Garrett Wilson and defensive end Will McDonald IV.

Wilson told reporters, though, that he will play this Sunday.

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