The Bills have been playing without two of their starting offensive linemen for the last three games, but they appear to be close to getting them back.
Left tackle Cordy Glenn and right guard Kraig Urbik both practiced Monday as the Bills returned to work after their bye week. Both players are coming off of high ankle sprains and there haven’t been any official determinations of either man’s status at this point. Urbik was ready to make his own determination, however.
“I’m playing on Sunday no matter what,” Urbik said, via the Buffalo News. “Every game from here on out’s important,” Urbik said. “Sitting at 3-4, we can’t lose too many more games and make the playoffs.”
There was one other new bit of injury information on the offensive line Monday. Coach Chan Gailey revealed that left guard Andy Levitre had a procedure done on his knee during the bye week.
“He wasn’t coming back from anything,” Gailey said, via the team’s website. “He just had something, a procedure, and I hate to use that word, he had something done on his knee. They injected it or they did something to it but he’s fine.”
Levitre practiced on Wednesday and is expected to play against the Texans on Houston this Sunday.