ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - With two games to play, the Bills still with a shot at the postseason after their stunning win against the Packers. At 8-6, the team will post its first non-losing season since 2004, which was the last time there was so much to play for this late in the year.
Perhaps an added boost to the lineup coming for the stretch run. Head coach Doug Marrone saying Monday C.J. Spiller has been medically cleared will be added to the active roster this week.
The running back's missed the last seven games recovering from a broken collarbone and has been practicing the last couple weeks.
Marrone's not quite ready to commit to Spiller playing against Sunday Oakland just yet.
"I’d like to see more, his participation more before we make that decision," Marrone said. "He’s a guy that has made plays in the past. Anytime that you can bring back someone that’s a potential playmaker obviously helps.
Injured safety Duke Williams is going through concussion protocol. The Bills are also hoping to have safety Da'Norris Searcy back in limited fashion for Wednesday's practice after he missed Sunday's game.