Bills' McCoy sheds walking boot, unable to practice

Jan 4, 2018 - 8:17 PM LeSean McCoy shed his walking boot and told reporters on Thursday that he's not feeling any pain, but the Buffalo Bills running back wasn't interested in getting ahead of himself.

"(I do) not want to make any promises," McCoy said on Thursday, three days ahead of the Bills' wild-card road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

McCoy was listed as a non-participant in practice on Thursday despite the positives as he deals with an injured ankle.

"I want to be able to cut well enough to where I don't have a lot of pain cutting," McCoy said. "I just want to be close, or the best as far as 100 percent as I can get. The type of game like this, you got to lay it all on the line. If I can't get 100 percent, as long as I'm out there, and I can work effective enough, I'll do it. We'll just see."

McCoy was carted off the field with a right ankle injury following a tackle by linebacker Chase Allen in the third quarter of Sunday's 22-16 win over the Miami Dolphins. The 29-year-old McCoy immediately took off his helmet and was pounding the turf following the injury.

McCoy rushed 287 times for 1,138 yards and six touchdowns this season, with quarterback Tyrod Taylor ranking second on the team in most rushing statistics.

Overall, McCoy's 1,586 yards from scrimmage represent 33 percent of the team's total.

Mike Tolbert rushed seven times for 39 yards while Marcus Murphy had seven carries for 41 yards versus the Dolphins. Fullback Patrick DiMarco is also on the roster. He appeared in every game this season but only rushed for two yards.

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