The Buffalo Bills returned to the practice field on Wednesday, and as expected, right tackle Cornell Green was not on the field with his teammates. Bills head coach Chan Gailey told reporters prior to last weekend's bye that Green, who has started all five games on the right side this season, would be out for the foreseeable future with an undisclosed injury. Also as expected, Cordaro Howard has been getting first-team reps in his stead.
What we didn't know for sure is whether starting cornerback Terrence McGee would be available after the bye. McGee, who had minor knee surgery and has not practiced with the team for over three weeks, did not practice on Wednesday, and according to WGR 550's Joe Buscaglia, Gailey considers McGee highly doubtful to play this weekend in Baltimore. Leodis McKelvin would make his third straight start in McGee's stead, with Reggie Corner seeing work as the nickel back.
The good news for the Bills is that Green and McGee were the only two players that missed practice Wednesday. Barring something unforeseen, it looks like the team will go into the Ravens game relatively healthy.