The Buffalo Bills have had their fair share of injuries over the last month of the season, but not all of the news is bad. While they haven’t lost any key players for the season, several starters and key contributors have been out but are hopeful for a rturn this week.
Chief among them are the pair of first-round rookies, quarterback Josh Allen and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. Both were limited in today’s practice. Allen was throwing passes today as he is returning from an elbow sprain while Edmunds is in the final steps of the concussion protocol. Allen is still wearing an elbow brace but Joe Buscaglia reports he is receiving the bulk of snaps.
Annnnnnnd video proof that Josh Allen is indeed throwing. pic.twitter.com/00guUanM65— Sal Capaccio (@SalSports) November 7, 2018
Out for today’s practice is quarterback Derek Anderson, though he’s on the field doing light work which is an upgrade over last week. Joining him are Kyle Williams and Lorenzo Alexander on rest days.
Injured in last weekend’s game, tight end Charles Clay (hamstring) and running back Chris Ivory (shoulder) were both off to the side at practice. Trent Murphy has missed a few weeks with a bum knee and remains sidelined.
Some roster moves are taking shape, as well, as Wyatt Teller appears to have taken over as the starting left guard following his first snaps of the season on Sunday. Ryan Lewis has taken the starting cornerback job after the release of Phillip Gaines.