Ty Nsekhe has been on the sidelines since November 17th when the Buffalo Bills played the Miami Dolphins. Originally feared to be a season-ending injury, Nsekhe returned to practice today in anticipation of the end of the 2019 regular season and with an eye on a playoff run.
Nsekhe’s ankle looked like it was broken and the team applied an air cast after he was rolled up on during a play. He was carted from the field in obvious discomfort and frustration.
Here is a bit of his practice today:
Ty Nsekhe has been a DNP for weeks.— Thad Brown (@thadbrown7) December 26, 2019
That won't be the case today. He actually looks pretty good during the little media gets to watch practice. #Bills pic.twitter.com/WHz4o3dVR8
He’s still likely to be limited today and probably won’t play on Sunday, but if he can get back for the Wild Card game, perhaps he could be the backup swing tackle.
Around the roster, center Mitch Morse was once again a full participant after leaving Saturday’s game with an injury. Looks like he’ll be good to go.
Defensive end Shaq Lawson and returner/receiver Andre Roberts did not practice today again and their availability for this weekend is in doubt.