Several Bills players return to full practice on Wednesday

Matt Milano remains limited with a hamstring injury

Sal Capaccio
October 16, 2019 - 1:30 pm

The bye week came at the right time for several Buffalo Bills players to get back to full-go at practice.

Prior to Wednesday’s session, head coach Sean McDermott gave an update on practice participation and noted that only linebackers Matt Milano (hamstring) and Corey Thompson (ankle) would be limited, while everyone else would be a full participant. This included running back Devin Singletary (hamstring), tight end Tyler Kroft (ankle), center Mitch Morse (ankle), wide receiver Robert Foster (groin), offensive tackle Cody Ford (concussion protocol), defensive end Trent Murphy (concussion protocol), and cornerback Taron Johnson (hamstring).  

However, after practice, when the team's official particiaption report was released, wide receiver John Brown showed up as limited with a groin injury:

Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander and offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe were both given veteran rest days.

The team practiced inside due to the inclement weather in Orchard Park. The offense wore their red color rush jerseys, which is what the team will be wearing Sunday when they face the Miami Dolphins at 1 p.m. at New Era Field. 

Here’s video of that, as well as Kroft, Singletary, and Milano:

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