Bill receiver Terrell Owens returned to practice on Monday, after missing a week with a toe injury suffered at some point during his two series in the team’s preseason opener.
Tuesday, he was back on the shelf.
Coach Dick Jauron said Owens received more treatment and was told to stay off his feet after experiencing discomfort while standing after Monday’s practice.
Jauron refused to call it a setback.
“It was just kind of a test,” Jauron said. “We were hoping he could maybe do the same thing today, but we
didn’t have any preconceived notions.”
Sorry, but if the toe got worse after practicing than it was before practicing, it was a setback.
And that brings up back to a point we made recently at PFTV regarding T.O. He’s 35, and his body very well might be starting to behave accordingly.