A trio of Buffalo Bills are being held out of Tuesday morning’s practice session at St. John Fisher College. Sammy Watkins is a full participant to line up beside the newest member of the team, Anquan Boldin.
Cornerback Kevon Seymour, who has been in the mix for the Buffalo Bills’ nickel cornerback job and has been the top replacement on the outside, missed his second straight practice session after suffering a foot injury. He was on crutches and wearing a walking boot on his right foot Monday and is listed as day-to-day.
Defensive end Ryan Davis, who sustained a concussion during Friday night’s practice, and wide receiver Jeremy Butler, who suffered a concussion during Monday’s session, were both held out of practice Tuesday.
Left tackle Cordy Glenn (foot) and defensive end Shaq Lawson (groin) have both been battling injuries in camp. During a morning press availability, head coach Sean McDermott said “we’ll see,” when asked about the playing status of both Glenn and Lawson for Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Minnesota Vikings. Glenn was a full participant in practice on Sunday and Monday while Lawson has been limited.
Watkins, who was a full participant Monday a day after twisting his ankle running a route, is expected to play one quarter against the Vikings, as are the rest of the Bills’ starters.