Wilford practices again, should play for Jags
November 24, 2006 8:55pm CST
Jaguars receiver Ernest Wilford practiced for the second consecutive day Friday and should be able to play against Buffalo. Wilford sprained his right ankle Monday night against the New York Giants and wore a walking boot the next two days. He returned to practice Thursday and worked with the first-team offense again Friday. Wilford has 27 catches for 395 yards and two touchdowns this season. The Jaguars could be without starting cornerback Brian Williams (hamstring), backup cornerback Terry Cousin (groin) and receiver Cortez Hankton (hamstring) against the Bills. Williams and Hankton missed all three days of practice this week and were listed as questionable. Cousin returned to practice Friday, but remained doubtful. The Jaguars signed Charles Sharon from the practice squad this week, anticipating the chance they could be without Wilford or Hankton. The team has just two other receivers on the roster, Matt Jones and Reggie Williams.