This latest week of practice has led to some dents and dings to the Buffalo Bills. As the list changes on a daily basis, here’s the latest update on the health of the Bills after today’s practice.
Mitch Morse continues to be the biggest name to watch, as he continues to recover from his fourth career concussion.
Quinton Spain becomes the latest offensive lineman hurt during practice. He was held out today due to foot soreness.
The tight end group remains shorthanded as Tyler Kroft (foot), Jason Croom (hamstring), and Dawson Knox (hamstring) continue their own path to health.
Micah Hyde left yesterday’s practice early and is inactive today due to an undisclosed neck injury. Reports suggest it is minor.
Robert Thomas was out yesterday and remained out today. This is reportedly due to a knee injury.
Jerry Hughes had a rest day on Wednesday but was added to the injury report due to his ankle for today.
Frank Gore, Star Lotulelei, Lee Smith, Trent Murphy, and LaAdrian Waddle were all given veteran rest days.
In more positive news, Matthew Fairburn reports that Stephen Hauschka indicated that he “regularly wraps [his] ankle” and is “back to 100 percent.” Hauschka sat out yesterday and his wrapped ankle had raised some alarm. Spencer Long, who sat out yesterday due to a knee injury was back to participating at practice with a brace.
Shaq Lawson was observed limping off the field after a rep against Dion Dawkins. Jon Feliciano was also seen limping after a drill. Thankfully both appeared fine at the end of practice but we'll continue to monitor these with the rest of the injuries.