Injuries have been a massive problem for the Buffalo Bills in recent seasons, and after one day of training camp under new head coach Chan Gailey, the first injury of the year is on the books. Chris Kelsay, the veteran end who saw first-team reps at outside linebacker during the walk-through portions of practice, injured his right shoulder mid-way through Thursday's workout and left the field to get his shoulder wrapped.
The Associated Press reports that the injury will keep Kelsay out "indefinitely," though no timeline, nor indication on the seriousness of the injury, has been provided. Gailey skirted the issue, saying Kelsay "will be out a little while," while Kelsay himself did not speak to reporters Thursday afternoon.
Paul Posluszny and Keith Ellison did not practice on Thursday, and others, such as left tackle Demetrius Bell, were not full participants as they continue to ease their way back into the rotation off of rehabilitation. Nic Harris and Jon Corto are on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list, Aaron Schobel is on the Reserve/Did Not Report list, and C.J. Spiller remains unsigned. Everyone else is healthy and practicing.