The Buffalo Bills returned to the practice field on Monday with a completely healthy roster, according to head coach Doug Marrone. Every player currently on the 53-man squad practiced, including veterans that typically rest early in the week (defensive lineman Kyle Williams) and players returning to the field following injuries (most notably wide receivers Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods).
Only one player was not present for Monday's session: reserve running back Ronnie Wingo, who ran into some delays traveling back to Western New York.
Ronnie Wingo's flight had a mechanical issue forced him to miss today, Marrone said "He'll be fined" with a smile. #Bills— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) November 25, 2013
Due to this being a holiday week, the Bills will also practice Tuesday and Wednesday before taking Thursday off for Thanksgiving. Typically, bye week teams practice on Monday, take Tuesday off, and then practice Wednesday through Friday. This week's opponent, the Atlanta Falcons, will also likely practice today, as they're several days removed from a Thursday Night Football loss to New Orleans.