ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso is questionable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville after suffering a setback in practice Friday.
Bills coach Doug Marrone says that Alonso, who was limited in practice earlier in the week, ''tweaked'' his knee on Friday.
The rookie linebacker has been a standout in his first season and is second in the NFL with 131 tackles.
''Talking to him, in his mind he wants to play,'' Marrone said. ''We've got 48 hours and we'll see how it goes.''
If Alonso is unable to play, fourth-year pro Arthur Moats will start at middle linebacker.
Right guard Kraig Urbik (foot) is also listed as questionable. Rookie J.J. 'Unga will get the start start if Urbik is unable to play.
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