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Buffalo Bills injuries: Cordy Glenn, Jordan Matthews back at practice

Big names were back in action today

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

The Buffalo Bills got back two starters at practice today, and though both were limited and not expected to play in Saturday’s preseason game, it bodes well for their opening day prospects.

Left tackle Cordy Glenn, who has been battling an ankle injury all offseason, was geared up at practice. Rookie Dion Dawkins took first-team reps as Glenn continues to work back, but having him in the lineup at all is good news.

Also returning to the field was receiver Jordan Matthews. Tasked with replacing Sammy Watkins, Matthews was injured 15 minutes into his first practice. He is in full pads and went to the ground during today’s practice. His chipped sternum is a pain management injury, and he popped back up after hitting the turf.

Running back Jonathan Williams was back at practice after sitting out with a minor knee injury yesterday. E.J. Gaines also was back practicing after the cornerback missed Tuesday’s session with a hamstring injury.

Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was limited on Tuesday with a quad injury and we don’t have an update on his status, so at least it didn’t get worse. The same goes for linebacker Ramon Humber.