Since suffering rib cartilage damage against the Los Angeles Chargers, Buffalo Bills star running back LeSean McCoy has been working his way back from the injury.

It appears he has made enough progress in his recovery from the injury that he declared on Wednesday that he will play in Week 4 against the Green Bay Packers.

Beyond his health issues, McCoy has struggled to make an impact on the field. He tallied 61 rushing yards on 16 carries and five receptions for 28 receiving yards in the first two games played. He has had difficulty breaking through to be the factor out of the backfield the Bills can depend on, but the team has also had issues along the offensive line that have made it difficult.

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Prior to this season, the 30-year-old had established himself as one of the league’s better running backs with his ability to impact the game as a runner while proving to be an effective receiver out of the backfield. He had just put together his sixth career 1,000-yard rushing campaign of his career while being just the 30th player to reach 10,000 rushing yards.

The Bills will look to lean heavily on McCoy to lead the ground game in hopes of providing balance to the offense while also easing the pressure off rookie quarterback Josh Allen in a tough road start at Lambeau Field. The Packers have struggled against the run this year, ranking 27th overall at 124.3 yards per game allowed.

As it stands, Buffalo is a 10-point underdog on the road in Green Bay, according to To place a bet on the game or any others, click here and use promo code CLUTCH50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus when you signup with!