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Bills' Campbell questionable for Panthers game

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (Nov. 24, 2005) -- Bills tight end Mark Campbell missed his second successive practice because of a hamstring injury and is questionable to play against Carolina.

Coach Mike Mularkey said Campbell's availability will be a game-time decision Nov. 27. Campbell, who leads Bills tight ends with 15 catches for 125 yards, was hurt Nov. 20 during a 48-10 loss at San Diego.

Campbell rode a stationary bike during the part of practice open to reporters. Backups Tim Euhus and Ryan Neufeld practiced in Campbell's place.

Also questionable are two other starters, defensive tackle Sam Adams and cornerback Terrence McGee. Mularkey said neither practiced.

Adams hurt his ankle against San Diego. McGee has been bothered by a hamstring injury for several weeks. He played sparingly against the Chargers.

Buffalo (4-6) has lost three of four and is trying to stay in playoff contention, two games behind AFC East-leading New England.

The Associated Press News Service

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