Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was a full participant at practice Friday after being a limited participant the previous two days. As a result, the Bills' starting signal-caller is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets with a chest bruise.
Fitzpatrick was one of four players listed as probable for the contest, joining wide receiver Donald Jones (ankle), guard Andy Levitre (shoulder) and running back Johnny White (illness). Levitre made limited participation, while White and Jones both practiced in full.
Offensive tackle Chris Hairston (ankle) and linebacker Chris Kelsay (calf) are both questionable for the game, with Kelsay's availability looking more probably than Hairston's, according to a report from the Buffalo News.
Offensive tackle Demetrius Bell (shoulder), cornerback Aaron Williams (chest) and defensive tackle Kyle Williams (foot) are all listed as out for Sunday.