The Buffalo Bills took to the practice field today to begin installing a game plan for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Unfortunately, they did so without eight players on the field, most notably defensive tackle Kyle Williams.
Williams, dealing with a foot injury that may prevent him from playing on Sunday, was joined on the sidelines by four other players dealing with longer-term injuries: wide receiver Donald Jones (high ankle sprain), left tackle Demetrius Bell (shoulder), outside linebacker Chris Kelsay (calf) and cornerback Aaron Williams (chest).
Meanwhile, left guard Andy Levitre, outside linebacker Shawne Merriman and safety Da'Norris Searcy also missed practice. The team has been resting Merriman during Wednesday practices most of this season, and Levitre is reportedly injured - but not so seriously that he couldn't lift weights today. No word yet on Searcy's ailment.