Bills had four players miss practice with injuries, five others were limited

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The Bills came out of Monday night’s game banged up, especially in the secondary. They kept four players out of practice with injuries and another five players were limited.

Safety Micah Hyde (neck) and cornerback Dane Jackson (neck) both missed practice again Thursday. Hyde and Jackson were transported to a local hospital Monday night for observation and medical testing.

Both were released from the hospital that night.

Safety Jordan Poyer (foot) missed practice after being limited Wednesday, and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstring) remained out. Running back Taiwan Jones had a rest day.

Receiver Gabe Davis (ankle), center Mitch Morse (elbow), defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) and defensive tackle Tim Settle (calf) were limited again. Tight end Dawson Knox (foot) returned to a limited practice after missing Wednesday’s on-field work.

Fullback Reggie Gilliam popped up on the practice report Thursday with an elbow injury, but he had a full practice. Cornerback Cam Lewis (forearm) and linebacker Matt Milano (neck) were full participants again.

9 responses to “Bills had four players miss practice with injuries, five others were limited

  1. We shall see what happens! Dont forget miami has its share of injuries like byron jones and xavier howard

  2. Now if the Dolphins win everyone will be claiming they beat up an injured Bills team and they still haven’t proved themselves.

  3. I saw the Bills practicing on the news. Those guys are fine. It’s all precautionary and ready after a night game and short week. Oliver, Davis and Settle will play. Hyde and even Jackson will play. Milano and Morse will play Phillips will be a game time decision. Don’t count on injuries for a Dolfins win. Ravens blew that game. They scored, it was reversed and placed on the goal line and the fumbled. They score, turn out the lights. Howard will not be able to stay with Davis or Diggs. Bills win big!!!

  4. This anticipation is fun. Feels like the early 90’s again. I hope the Fins are strong enough to make this a grudge match. Hope it’s an exciting game.

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