Diggs, Beasley questionable to play Saturday against Colts

Both wide receivers returned to the practice field on Thursday at Bills Stadium

"I'm cool. No major issues. Don't believe everything you read... It's only been around for a little while, but I'm fine. I'll be alright."

Those were Stefon Diggs' words on Wednesday when the wide receiver was asked about his recent oblique injury, which held him out of practice earlier this week.

It turns out Diggs is as fine as he claimed, as No. 14 was back on the practice field on Thursday at Bills Stadium, seeming to be in good spirits and ready to play in Saturday's playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Along with Diggs, fellow receiver Cole Beasley returned to the practice field as well. Beasley missed the regular season finale against the Miami Dolphins due to a knee injury and has been listed as week-to-week.

According to the Bills' final injury report of the week, both Diggs and Beasley are officially listed as "questionable" for Saturday's matchup with the Colts.

If Beasley returns to the Bills lineup Saturday, Buffalo could have its full stable of wide receivers healthy and available for the first time in weeks. John Brown made his return to the field against the Dolphins after being out since Week 10 with an ankle injury.

Opening kickoff between Buffalo and Indianapolis from Orchard Park is scheduled for 1 p.m. EST on Saturday, Jan. 9. Be sure to tune in to WGR for full pregame and postgame coverage. You can also hear all the game action with John Murphy, Steve Tasker and Sal Capaccio on the call.

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