Apparently, the hip problems that kept Kiko Alonso and Mario Williams out of Bills OTAs yesterday weren’t serious.
According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com, both players were back on the field Thursday, participating in a limited basis.
Both had hip surgeries this offseason, and the fact they’re able to work now is a good sign for training camp.
Alonso’s surgery for a torn labrum was in January, which should put him on track to return well before camp.
Keeping that pair on the field will be paramount for the Bills defense, especially with Alonso shifting outside this season.