Buffalo Bills defensive linemen Trent Murphy (groin) and Kyle Williams (knee) have returned to team practices, which is an important step to seeing them on the field against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced that among the latest injury news for Buffalo’s roster on Wednesday morning.
Every week during the regular season, the Bills must publish an injury report showing which players are hurt, and whether they were Full Participants, Limited Participants, or Did Not Practice from Wednesday through Friday. At the end of the week, the Bills also publish a report designating each player as either Questionable (could play), Doubtful (very unlikely to play), or Out (won’t play). (There used to be a Probable designation for players who were very likely to play, but that was removed last year.)
If Murphy and Williams continue practicing during the week, they’ll be favored to play in Buffalo’s defensive line rotation this weekend.
McDermott also mentioned that receiver Ray-Ray McCloud (knee) will not practice today, and linebacker Julian Stanford (nose) will be a limited participant.
When asked about receiver Zay Jones, who missed a large swath of training camp recovering from offseason surgery, McDermott noted that Jones “is ready to go.”