Harrison will not start; TE Pollard out
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Colts receiver Marvin Harrison returned to the Indianapolis lineup Sunday but did not start against the Bills.
Harrison, who ranks fourth in the AFC with 777 yards receiving, missed last week's 38-31 win over the New York Jets with a hamstring injury. Rookie Aaron Morehead started against Buffalo in Harrison's place.
The Colts will not have backup receivers Troy Walters (hamstring) and Brandon Stokley (concussion), and starting tight end Marcus Pollard, who is missing his second straight game with a sprained left knee.
The Colts are also without starting left tackle Tarik Glenn (knee) and starting safety Idrees Bashir (shoulder).
The banged-up Bills have their top offensive threats active for the game. Travis Henry, their leading rusher, was active despite a broken bone in his lower right leg. Eric Moulds, Buffalo's leading receiver, returned to the lineup after missing last week's game with a groin injury.
Buffalo was minus one starter, safety Izell Reese (concussion), who was replaced by Pierson Prioleau.
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