“No question at all, I’ll be playing,” Bartell said. “Being here six years we’ve never had this opportunity, so you never know if it’ll come again. As big as these last three games are, it really doesn’t matter how I feel, I’ll be out there one way or another.”
Bartell said he may have to wear a neck yoke to protect the injury but complained “that’s like putting an ‘X’ on my back.”
Punter Donnie Jones was sent home due to illness and missed practice Wednesday, but coach Steve Spagnuolo anticipated he’d be back on Thursday. Linebacker David Nixon missed practice a day after surgery to repair a broken left hand but could play on special teams this week wearing a cast.
Offensive guard Jacob Bell (knee bruise), running back Kenneth Darby (ribs) and cornerback Justin King (shoulder) were limited in practice. Bell was hurt near the end of last week’s loss at New Orleans and Darby and King did not play.
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