The Buffalo Bills have one more training camp practice open to the public this week; that takes place at 3:00 PM this afternoon. Buffalo will then begin preparations for their second pre-season game, set to kick off Thursday night at the Rogers Centre in Toronto against the Indianapolis Colts.
The good news from Monday night's practice? Several projected starters are expected to return to the lineup for that game, even if their time on the field will be brief. That list includes starting offensive linemen Demetrius Bell and Eric Wood, both of whom have been practicing since camp started, but were held out of the pre-season opener as the team continues to ease them back from off-season rehabilitation. With Cornell Green returning to practice on Monday (but not participating in full team work), there's at least an outside chance that Buffalo's entire starting line could open the game against Indy.
Three defenders - Paul Posluszny, Keith Ellison and Chris Kelsay - are also expected to see their first pre-season action of the year. All three missed Friday night's loss against Washington. Both Posluszny and Kelsay are currently listed as first-team players on the depth chart.
Other players that returned to the practice field on Monday included Spencer Johnson, Derek Schouman and Andre Ramsey.