Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde won’t practice Thursday

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The Bills secondary is dealing with a number of injuries as it prepares to face Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle and the rest of the Dolphins passing attack.

Safety Micah Hyde and cornerback Dane Jackson both left Monday night’s win over the Titans with neck injuries and they did not take part in Wednesday’s practice. Safety Jordan Poyer did get in a limited practice, but head coach Sean McDermott said on Thursday that Poyer will join Jackson and Hyde as non-participants.

Poyer is dealing with a foot injury and could be getting time off in order to help him feel closer to 100 percent on Sunday. Friday’s practice participation will provide some clue about whether that’s the case.

Defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstring) is also sitting out on Thursday, but McDermott indicated everyone else on the roster will participate in some fashion.

6 responses to “Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde won’t practice Thursday

  1. Seems like Tre, Hyde, Poyer, and Milano are always injured. Maybe they get banged up due to teams throwing more trying to come back from behind?

  2. The Bills have never had this much depth – even in the ’90’s. Last week there were 2 rookies at CB, one a 6th rounder, and they played great.

    It’s tough to lose anyone for a big game like this, but Beane has done an outstanding job making sure the team won’t lose a step.

  3. Uh oh!

    That middling depth could be tested and that back end could be a problem as the year goes on and new contracts aren’t signed.

  4. That middling depth could be tested and that back end could be a problem as the year goes on and new contracts aren’t signed.
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    They’re 2-0, they look great, and you’re worried.

  5. The turtle has come out! Middling depth? Interesting take considering our depth guys are better than your starters but you don’t watch the games anymore, you just stare at your BB posters.

    Cmon man your schtick is old and played out get new material .

    Missing our CB1 and CB2 plus possibly one or both Safties will present issues but we can Handle it Benford and Elam have been going against. Diggs and Davis all year in practice – they’re ready as is the rest of the defense.

    What’s the hot take gonna be when the Bills win by double digits with essentially rookies and backups?

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