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Buffalo Bills injury report: John Brown returns to practice for fully healthy Bills

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As the Buffalo Bills (4-1) prepare to host the Miami Dolphins (0-5) at 1 p.m. Eastern Sunday at New Era Field, the team appears to be at full strength on the injury front.

Wide receiver John Brown, who was limited during Wednesday’s practice session due to a groin injury, was back on the practice field Thursday. Brown is Buffalo’s leading receiver with 28 receptions for 390 yards (an average of 13.9 yards/reception) with one touchdown. He was once again noted as limited.

Offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe, who was given a rest day on Wednesday, participated in individual drills and was listed as a full practice participant Thursday.

Center Mitch Morse (ankle), guard/tackle Cody Ford (concussion), and defensive end Trent Murphy (concussion)—who each were injured during Buffalo’s Week 5 win at the Tennessee Titans—were back on the practice field for both Wednesday and Thursday’s sessions. This bodes well for their return to action vs. the Dolphins.

Linebackers Matt Milano (hamstring) and Corey Thompson (ankle surgery) were limited during Wednesday’s practice session, but reports from Joe Buscaglia indicated they were active practice participants Thursday. They were nevertheless listed as limited again on Thursday.

Veteran running back Frank Gore received a rest day on Thursday, but is expected to resume his role as Buffalo’s lead running back vs. Miami.