The Buffalo Bills weathered an early storm of scrapes and bruises on their roster, and after their win against the Kansas City Chiefs, the team is looking pretty healthy overall. The headline of Thursday’s practice report is that Matt Milano (hamstring) was practicing for the first time in two weeks. That he’s already on the field for the first practice day of the week, is an indication that he’ll be playing against the Tennessee Titans—as long as he doesn’t aggravate the injury.
Taiwan Jones (hamstring) is the only injured Bill who didn’t practice on Thursday. Last week, the lack of practice didn’t stop him from playing on Sunday with his hamstring injury, so we’ll see if the trend continues again on Monday or if the Bills need to shut him down for a week.
Backup OL Ryan Bates was limited in practice with an ankle injury, and starter Jon Feliciano was listed with an elbow injury, but fully participated in practice. With both of those players, there’s no reason for concern unless their condition worsens the next day.
The only other player on the injury report was Mario Addison, for his regularly scheduled day off.