ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - He is wearing a protective cast on the field, but cornerback Stephon Gilmore is expected to make his season debut this weekend, as long as everything goes as planned this week.
"Gilmore I feel good about," said Head Coach Doug Marrone. "I still don’t want to go out there and say, 'Yeah, he’s going to play Sunday.' I’d rather be out say day-to-day, but I felt good about the way he looked today."
Even though he is recovering from a wrist injury, Gilmore says getting his legs into game shape will be the bigger concern this week.
"The main thing is trying to get my legs back," said Gilmore. "Backpedaling, turning, running and finding the ball, so that’s what I’m trying to do."
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