ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Bills safety Jairus Byrd appears to be getting closer to making his season debut, taking part in a full practice for the first time this season on Tuesday.
Despite the step forward, though, it is still unclear whether Byrd will suit up Thursday at Cleveland.
"I have to talk to Coach Marrone and see," said Byrd. "It is really his call. He makes those calls, so I have to talk to him and see where it goes."
"I spoke to him and we’re definitely getting better and getting real close," said Bills Head Coach Doug Marrone. "I don’t want to give you guys the wrong thing, we’ll see tomorrow, make decisions and then after that we have some time to rest and then I think after that depending on how it goes I’d like to be able to say day-to-day after that."
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