Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey conducted a practice on Wednesday - the only one scheduled during his team's bye week - and after practice spoke with reporters for the final time this week. He had a bit of bad news to convey regarding defensive tackle Kyle Williams, too: Williams may miss another game or two.
Williams was spotted in the locker room wearing a walking boot today, and he obviously did not take part in practice. He's a clear longshot to play in Week 8 (on October 30) against Washington, and may be out even longer. Williams did not play in last weekend's game against the Giants; that was the third game he'd missed in his six-year career.
Eight players did not participate in today's practice, including the team's top three offensive tackles: Demetrius Bell, Chris Hairston and Andy Levitre. (Erik Pears played left tackle.) Also sitting were Donald Jones, Shawne Merriman, Nick Barnett and Aaron Williams.