The Buffalo Bills are getting some good news with the bad on the injury front. With their second practice this week in anticipation of hosting the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, they got a key member of their defensive line back after he sat out practice yesterday.
Kyle Williams, who sat out Wednesday's practice as well as two days of workouts last week, was back on the field Thursday taking reps at defensive tackle. One can only wonder if he was getting any more plays at fullback like he did in Buffalo's goal line package in Arizona. He's been dealing with an ankle injury for a few weeks but it has yet to cost him any playing time. Also returning to the practice field was safety Da'Norris Searcy, who was also dealing with an ankle injury. Defensive lineman Spencer Johnson practiced for the second straight day.
On the negative side, cornerback Terrence McGee missed his second straight day of practice as he's been struggling to recover from knee surgery. It has limited his snap count dramatically during the season but he played extensively against the Cardinals. He said after practice that he would practice on Friday and play Sunday and these were just days off for rest.
Also of note was right guard Kraig Urbik's absence after practicing on a limited basis on Wednesday. It was hoped that he might be able to return in some capacity for this weekend's game but he was ruled out following practice by head coach Chan Gailey. Others not practicing were offensive tackle Cordy Glenn and defensive end Mark Anderson. Glenn, like Urbik, is expected back after the bye week while Anderson is out indefinitely.