Bills LB Paul Posluszny should return to the team for their Week 4 game vs. the New York Jets after missing the past two games with a minor knee sprain.
“I think so,” said head coach Chan Gailey when BuffaloBills.com asked if the 25-year-old would be back for Sunday. ”I think he’ll make it back this week yes.”
Posluszny, who has been sidelined along with linebackers Kawika Mitchell and Reggie Torbor, is also confident he’ll be ready to go this weekend.
“I think as long as I can practice well during the week I should be able to play,” said Posluszny. “Tuesday and Wednesday will be big days just to make sure I’m progressing the way we want, but the plan is to get back out there on Sunday.
“It feels good right now, he added. “I know we still have a couple of days to get even better which is great. Everything feels good and we’re definitely on the right path to get out there on Sunday.”
The former Penn State standout suffered the injury when he tried to take down Ronnie Brown in the Bills’ 15-10 loss to Miami in Week 1. He left the game and did not return.