Things are looking slightly up for the Buffalo Bills’ linebackers after today’s practice. Starting linebacker and defensive playcaller, Tremaine Edmunds returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out on Wednesday, according to ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques. Bills fans should temper their expectation for Edmunds as he did don the red non-contact jersey today. Tyrel Dodson, however, shed the red non-contact jersey and was a full participant on Thursday.
John Brown (foot) and Tremaine Edmunds (shoudler) are at Bills practice today. Edmunds is limited, in a red non-contact.— Marcel Louis-Jacques (@Marcel_LJ) September 17, 2020
No sign of Matt Milano
It wasn’t all good news for the linebackers as you’ll see above. Matt Milano was not at Bills practice for a second straight day. WGR’s Sal Capaccio also reported that linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips also mixed practice on Thursday.
The news was also mixed on the offensive side of the ball. Wide receiver John Brown returned to practice as a full participant on Thursday after injuring his foot in the win over the New York Jets. While Brown was full steam ahead, his positional co-worker Isaiah McKenzie was not. The Athletic’s Joe Buscaglia reported that McKenzie sat out individual drills today.