The Buffalo Bills ran through their Friday practice ahead of Sunday’s match-up with the Tennessee Titans, but one player passed through the whole week without making an appearance on the practice field. Right tackle Ty Nsekhe, who’s dealing with an ankle injury, was a non-participant for every day of practice this week. At this point, it looks like Cody Ford will be the man called on for the entirety of Sunday’s game against the Titans. On the bright side, top pass rusher Cameron Wake has also failed to practice all week for Tennessee, and he seems doubtful to play against Ford.
Quarterback Josh Allen participated in practice for the third consecutive day, an encouraging sign for his chances to play. Allen is still in the concussion protocol, but the number of reps seems to indicate that the team expects him to start this weekend. Running back Devin Singletary was also in practice every day this week, so he might be able to return to action. Sean McDermott did classify Singletary as “day-to-day” earlier in the week, though.
Among the other concussed Bills, both Patrick DiMarco and Dean Marlowe were wearing red no-contact jerseys on Wednesday and Thursday, but were spotted in practice without those red jerseys on Friday. They may be able to play on Sunday, though they’ll likely be listed as Questionable in the lead-up to the game.