Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards did not practice yesterday and remains questionable for his team's game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at the Rogers Centre.
Bills coach Dick Jauron said the selection of a starting quarterback between Edwards and J.P. Losman likely would be a game-time decision.
"It's still pretty sore, but it's better than it was," Jauron said of Edwards, who missed the second half of the Bills' 10-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers because of a groin injury. "We'll go day-to-day and then it'll probably stretch right up to the game."
Losman relishes the chance to start if he gets the nod. "Right now it's exciting knowing that it's a possibility," he said.
With his team's record falling to 6-6 after dropping five of its past six outings, Jauron has been under the gun recently. There even have been calls for his firing in Buffalo.
"It's part of the deal," Jauron said. "When you don't win, you know there is going to be criticism and it's going to be deserved."
Bills safety Donte Whitner is expected to return to the lineup from a shoulder injury.