The Buffalo Bills returned to the practice field on Wednesday, and many more of them actually returned to the field, as the team is as healthy as they’ve been in a while. Several players who were injured before or during the last game against the Tennessee Titans were practicing in the field house Wednesday.
Running back Devin Singletary, who missed three games with a hamstring injury, was a full-go in practice and should be able to play for the first time in a month this weekend. Joining him as full participants were wide receiver Robert Foster (groin), cornerback Taron Johnson (hamstring), and tight end Tyler Kroft (ankle), who have all missed several weeks with their injuries.
Center Mitch Morse missed part of the Week 5 game against the Titans with a sore ankle, but he was a full participant Wednesday, as was Josh Allen, who had banged his throwing hand. Offensive lineman Cody Ford (concussion) and defensive end Trent Murphy (concussion) were also full participants following their injuries against Tennessee.
Limited in practice Wednesday were linebackers Matt Milano (hamstring) and Corey Thompson (ankle surgery). Milano was seen moving around pretty well and took all the first-team reps (per Joe Buscaglia), which bodes well for his chances to play Sunday.
Out with veteran rest days were defensive Swiss Army Knife Lorenzo Alexander and offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe, who missed the game against the Titans with an ankle injury. Hopefully, Nsekhe practices on Thursday.
The only new addition to the practice report was wide receiver John Brown, who was limited with a groin injury. We’ll monitor his status going forward.