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Bills injuries: Seymour back, Glenn and Clay get maintenance days

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Matthews, Clay among those sitting out at Fisher

Cornerback Kevon Seymour, who had been dealing with a foot injury, returned to practice for the Buffalo Bills Monday morning at St. John Fisher. That was a good bit of news and seemed full-go despite being listed as limited.

Newly acquired wide receiver Jordan Matthews, who suffered a chip fracture in his sternum during Sunday’s practice, is listed as “week to week.” He did not practice.

Left tackle Cordy Glenn received another day off for his ailing ankle. Glenn, who has been dealing with the injury for most of the summer, has missed several training camp practices, and his injury is testing the Bills’ depth at left tackle.

Seantrel Henderson is suspended for the first five games of the regular season for violating the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Rookie second-round selection Dion Dawkins, who could spell Glenn, has been working almost exclusively at right tackle, potentially leaving third-year tackle Cameron Jefferson next in line for reps at left tackle. Jefferson went undrafted out of the University of Arkansas.

Also on the injury front, the Bills practiced without tackle Michael Ola and tight end Wes Saxton, who were held out for undisclosed reasons.

Veteran tight end Charles Clay received a “maintenance day” off from practice.

Shareece Wright missed practice with a sprained thumb. Adolphus Washington left practice with back spasms and C.J. Gaines returned to practice after a lower back or hamstring injury. His name was not on the post-practice report, so he’s fine.