The Buffalo Bills had a handful of starters miss practice from injury on Wednesday, though it’s too early to tell whether their game status is at risk. Their injury list is a little smaller than last week, but still features ten players dealing with some form of injury.
Guard Cody Ford (groin), cornerback Tre’Davious White (back), linebacker Matt Milano (pectoral), and receiver/returner Andre Roberts (ankle) all didn’t practice on Wednesday. White wasn’t seen on the practice field, while Ford was present, but without any pads. Veterans John Brown and Jerry Hughes also didn’t practice, but it was a rest day for both of them.
Cole Beasley (foot), Zack Moss (toe), Brian Winters (knee), and Del’Shawn Phillips (quad) all practiced in a limited fashion. Also returning to practice was offensive guard Jon Feliciano (pectoral). We don’t know to what capacity, since Feliciano’s on injured reserve; the team doesn’t need to report his practice status until he’s activated.
Josh Allen (shoulder) was a full participant in practice—it seems his injury isn’t holding him back at all.
We’ll see how those injuries clear up heading into Sunday’s game - though with the game at risk due to Tennessee’s COVID-19 outbreak, we may just be seeing an early peek at availability for the Kansas City Chiefs game.