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Buffalo Bills Wednesday injury report: Cordy Glenn sits, Charles Clay practices

A mixed bag of injury news for the Bills as they ready for the New Orleans Saints

NFL: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

We’ve got some good news and some bad news for Buffalo Bills fans today.

Starting Tackle Cordy Glenn did not practice on Wednesday. Glenn missed a shortened Monday practice, as well, due to lingering foot/ankle soreness.

"He’s got some soreness in there and we’re just trying to take it one day at a time," said head coach Sean McDermott.

Following a knee injury sustained against the New York Jets last Thursday night, starting WR Zay Zones also did not practice. Like Glenn, Jones was also held out of practice on Monday.

Coming to the good news part of the day, the possible loss of Jones this week could be mitigated by the return of Charles Clay. Clay, the Bills most established tight end, was able to participate in his first practice today since injuring his knee in Week 5. Although not a full participant, this is encouraging news. As of right now, Clay is expected to return to the lineup this week. With Kelvin Benjamin also set to make his debut for the Bills, there’s a lot to look forward to this weekend.

E.J. Gaines also made his way back to practice today after hurting his hamstring against the Oakland Raiders. The Bills secondary has felt the loss of their starting CB. With the New Orleans Saints coming to town in just a few days, a return this week would be fortunate to say the least.