December 20, 2014
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills coach Dick Jauron remains hopeful Terrell Owens will play against Tennessee this
weekend after a strained hip forced the receiver to miss his second straight practice.
Jauron said Thursday that Owens is "still struggling" with the
injury, which flared up during the team's day off on Tuesday.
Jauron added that he believed the receiver was feeling better, but still not good enough to be on the field.
Owens walked without a limp in the locker room after practice.
The Bills (3-5) are coming off their bye to play at Tennessee (2-6) on Sunday.
Starting defensive end Aaron Schobel worked out on his own for
the first time since hurting his groin in a 31-10 loss to Houston
on Nov. 1.
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