Bills' Edmunds, Colts' Leonard questionable to play Sunday

Both linebackers from opposing teams were limited in practice on Friday

The Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts each have only one player listed as "questionable" for Sunday's game in Orchard Park, and it happens to be a starting linebacker for each team.

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For the Bills, it's Tremaine Edmunds, who missed last Sunday's win over the New York Jets with a hamstring injury.

For the Colts, it's linebacker Darius Leonard, who injured his ankle in last Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, left the game briefly, but returned and finished the contest.

All other players on both team’s active rosters have no injury designation, meaning they are all available to play.

Bills defensive tackle Star Lotulelei and offensive tackle Spencer Brown both remain on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and are ineligible to play unless they are activated from the list by Sunday morning.

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Also on Friday, the Bills announced the signing of offensive lineman Bobby Hart, who may be pressed into duty if Brown remains on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and is unable to play.

Hart was with the team this past preseason, but was waived and then signed by the Tennessee Titans to their practice squad. With the Titans, Hart played three games, including one start. He was released earlier this week and re-signed to their practice squad before the Bills signed him to their active roster on Friday.

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