The Buffalo Bills did not practice on Monday, one day removed from their win over the Denver Broncos, but they didn’t have long to rest. They face the Dallas Cowboys, on national television, three days from now. To that end, the team released an estimated injury report to summarize Sunday’s impact and prepare for Thursday’s game.
The Bills saw three players impacted with injury on Sunday, and the most severe was probably wide receiver Robert Foster (hamstring). Foster injured his leg at the end of a 24-yard reception, and he was designated as a non-participant for practice. Hamstring injuries can take a few weeks to heal up, so expect Foster to miss the next game at a minimum.
Center Mitch Morse injured his thumb, was replaced by Jon Feliciano and Spencer Long, and stayed on the sidelines as an emergency option. The injury is considered “day-to-day” by Morse and the team, and he was listed as limited on Monday. At this time, you can look forward to him playing on Thursday, but the situation may change when the Bills begin live reps.
The other player who received medical attention, Cole Beasley, isn’t even listed on the injury report. That’s great news for Beasley, who’s set to face his old team and resolve some bad blood.
Defensive back and gunner Siran Neal (concussion) was listed as a full participant for Monday. He was seen running sprints before the Broncos game, and this designation is a positive sign that he might return to action in Dallas.
Lastly, offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe (ankle) is still week-to-week with his ankle injury. The right tackle job remains Cody Ford’s in the meantime.