Bills' Mario Williams (illness) expected to play vs Redskins

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams is expected to play against the Washington Redskins after returning to practice.

Williams missed Buffalo's previous two days of practice because of an illness. He was listed as questionable Friday, but coach Rex Ryan says Williams should be ready to play against Washington.

Safety Bacarri Rambo (knee) and running back Karlos Williams (shoulder) are also questionable.

Tight end Charles Clay (back), right tackle Seantrel Henderson (illness) and cornerback Ron Brooks (concussion/neck) are out. Linebacker Nigel Bradham (ankle) will miss a third consecutive game because of a high ankle sprain. Safety Aaron Williams (neck) remains out.

Receiver Robert Woods (hip), guard John Miller (ankle), linebacker Preston Brown (hamstring) and fullback Jerome Felton (back) are probable.

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