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NFL Notes: Bills, Browns, Cowboys & Raiders

Bills

Bills owner Terry Pegula was asked if this is really a playoff-or-bust year for HC Rex Ryan and GM Doug Whaley, to which he responded: “Oh, no way. No way.”

“You have to have continuity,” Pegula told Tom Pelissero of USA Today. “I don’t care if you’re drilling oil in gas wells or you’re running a sports team. If you keep changing things, nothing’s going to work.”

  • Bills RB LeSean McCoy (hamstring) was in attendance for the start of Friday’s practice, despite concerns that he could miss Sunday’s game. (Joe Buscaglia)
  • McCoy’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said that his client will be a game-time decision: “I saw a report that he’s out for the game. I don’t think that’s accurate. I think it’s going to be a game-time decision. I’d be surprised if he wasn’t listed as questionable. Either one (questionable or doubtful) would be fair.” (Sal Capaccio)

Browns

  • Browns rookie WR Corey Coleman said he’ll undergo an X-ray on his broken hand Monday and if all goes well he’ll be cleared to practice. (Mary Kay Cabot)

Cowboys

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said it’s “absurd” that anyone would talk about them trading WR Dez Bryant.

“No thought, I haven’t even had a bad dream about trading him,” Jones  said, per Jon Machota.

  • Jones said he expects WR Dez Bryant, DE DeMarcus Lawrence and CB Orlando Scandrick all to play next week against the Eagles. (Jon Machota)

Raiders

  • Adam Caplan reports that Raiders RB Latavius Murray (turf toe) is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Jaguars, barring a setback.