Bills expected to start Fitzpatrick; Bell out

The Buffalo Bills are expected to start Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to a league source.

Trent Edwards, the team’s longtime starter, returned to the lineup last week after missing about a month with a concussion, but was yanked in favor of Fitzpatrick during the 41-17 loss to the Titans.

On the injury front, the Bills expect to be without starting LT Demetrius Bell for at least two weeks, according to a league source. Bell will have his knee scoped and if all goes well, he could return next month. Bell, in his second season, has started all eight games and is one of a bevy of Bills to suffer an injury this season.

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