Bills wrap camp with short practice, prep for Eagles

Team will return to Buffalo for good after Thursday night's game

Sal Capaccio
August 15, 2017 - 11:19 am

The Bills wrapped up their final training camp practice at St. John Fisher with what was also the shortest camp practice of the season. The team began at 8:45 a.m. and ended right around 10 a.m. In that short time, here are some notes of what went on:

— OT Cordy Glenn did not practice once again, and head coach Sean McDermott said he recently flew to Wisconsin to get an injection in his foot from Dr. Robert Anderson. He’s now considered week-to-week and will not play Thursday night in the team’s second preseason game in Philadelphia against the Eagles.

— The team only wore shells and shorts. No shoulder pads or padded pants.

— Newly acquired WR Jordan Matthews, who is out with a chip fracture in his chest, was on the field in a jersey watching his fellow wide receivers and talking with position coach Phil McGeoghan.

— With Glenn out, the LTs were, primarily and in order:

  1. Seantrel Henderson
  2. Cameron Jefferson
  3. Zach Voytek

— The LB group has been consistent this week and was again today:

  • MLB - Preston Brown, Gerald Hodges, Reggie Ragland
  • WLB - Ramon Humber, Tanner Vallejo
  • SLB - Lorenzo Alexander, Matt Milano

— Nathan Peterman continued to be the No. 2 QB and he will on Thursday night, as well.

— Plenty of out team work going on today, as both the offense and defense were preparing each other for what they may see from the Eagles.

— Injury report for Thursday night’s game:

WR Jeremy Butler (concussion)
WR Jordan Matthews (chip fracture in sternum) 
OT Cordy Glenn (foot)
S Bacarri Rambo (hamstring)

OT Michael Ola (toe)
CB Shareece Wright (thumb sprain)
CB Kevon Seymour (foot)
DT Adolphus Washington (back)

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