OWINGS MILLS — Baltimore Ravens cornerback Samari Rolle didn’t practice today, but he and Ravens coach Brian Billick both said he will play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
Rolle is slated to make his first start since the second game of the season, missing three games with an undisclosed illness, but returning in a 22-3 win over the St. Louis Rams in nickel situations.
"He’ll be fine," Billick said. "He’s been through two good days.
Middle linebacker Ray Lewis (knee) and center Mike Flynn (knee) both did not participate in practice.
Billick expressed confidence Thursday that Lewis would play but described him today as a "game-time decision."
Flynn said earlier this week that he expects to play after missing one game.
Injured tight ends Todd Heap (hamstring) and Daniel Wilcox (foot) missed their third straight practice this week, and neither is expected to play Sunday.
Offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden was limited in drills as he tries to come back from a hyperextended toe injury has kept him out since the season-opener in Cincinnati.
Offensive tackle Adam Terry, who sprained his left ankle two weeks ago in San Francisco and missed the win at home over the Rams, moved around well and there’s a growing possibility he could play against Buffalo.
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