Bills CB McGee to play against Eagles

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee is active for the first time after missing three games with a left hamstring injury.

The nine-year NFL veteran will play a backup role behind Drayton Florence on Sunday, when Buffalo (3-1) hosts the Philadelphia Eagles (1-3). McGee has been out since aggravating the injury in Buffalo's opener at Kansas City.

Second-year linebacker Danny Batten starts in place of veteran Chris Kelsay, who's out after hurting his calf last week.

The Eagles will have a new-look offensive line. Left tackle King Dunlap starts in place of Jason Peters (hamstring), and Danny Watkins starts at right guard for Kyle DeVan. Defensive end Darryl Tapp is starting in place of Trent Cole (calf).