Moulds has not practiced this week

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Bills wide receiver Eric Moulds is questionable for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans because of a groin injury.

Coach Gregg Williams said on Friday that Moulds' playing status
will be a game-time decision. Moulds, who claims that he is at
about 80 percent, did not practice all this week.

Moulds originally hurt his groin in Buffalo's 22-16 overtime win
over Cincinnati on Oct. 5. He missed the next two games against the
New York Jets and Washington because of the injury.

After the Bills loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Moulds
said that he expected to play hurt for the remainder of the season.
Moulds had five catches for 32 yards in the loss.

Williams also added that Moulds will be held out of practice for
some time, if not for the rest of the year.

Moulds leads Buffalo with 41 receptions for 542 yards. Last year
he set a franchise record with 100 catches and finished ninth in
the NFL with 1,292 yards.

The Bills also elevated linebacker Mario Haggan from the
practice squad to the 53-man roster. Haggan was selected by the
Bills in the seventh round of the 2003 draft and has spent the
entire season on the practice squad.