The Buffalo Bills won’t get to see center Mitch Morse in the “dress rehearsal” game of the 2019 NFL preseason, according to head coach Sean McDermott. Morse, who is still in the concussion protocol but practicing fully, has been ruled out of Friday night’s game. Morse has been out since the first padded practice of training camp a few weeks ago.
Also out Friday are TE Tyler Kroft (PUP, foot), CB Cam Lewis (concussion), P Cory Carter (knee soreness), and OT De’Ondre Wesley. Corey Bojorquez will get a full game to show why he should be the team’s punter with Carter out.
Tackle Ty Nsehke has been limited in practice this week and McDermott was non-committal about his prospects for playing Friday.
“We’ll see,” said McDermott on Wednesday, using similar language for tight end Dawson Knox.
Knox would see his first game action after sitting out for a while with a hamstring injury. Tommy Sweeney has been receiving the bulk of tight end reps with Jason Croom and Knox joining Kroft on the sideline.
Limited in practice on Wednesday were Senorise Perry, Conor McDermott, and Jerry Hughes in addition to Nsehke and Croom.