Bills' Jackson to play, Garcon may go, Britt to sit

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Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson said he will play Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Jackson suffered a knee injury during the season opener and has missed the past two games. He will wear a brace on the injured knee.
C.J. Spiller, who replaced Jackson and then sustained a shoulder injury last week, also will play.

---Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt reportedly will not play Sunday against the Houston Texans.
Britt, who has been ailing all week with ankle injury, has been ruled out, according to He was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.
He has seven catches for 60 yards in two games. He is expected to be replaced by rookie Kendall Wright.

---Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon is expected to play Sunday for the first time since the opening game of the season.
Garcon, who suffered a foot injury in the opener, is listed as questionable. Yet the Washington Times reported that Garcon said he will try to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

---The San Diego Chargers will have three healthy cornerbacks when they play at Kansas City on Sunday
The Chargers will play with Quentin Jammer, who also has a broken hand, Antoine Cason and Marcus Gilchrist.
Shareece Wright is out with a high ankle sprain suffered in the opening game and the team was unable to shuffle the roster to again make room for Greg Gatson. That's because kicker Nate Kaeding is out with a right groin injury and had to be replaced by recently signed Nick Novak.

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