Buffalo Bills: Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano return to practice
The Buffalo Bills were on the practice field for the first time this week and had both starting linebackers on the field as well.
The Buffalo Bills are facing their toughest challenge yet this season with a Week 3 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams. They are 2-0 but there was some reason for concern, especially with their defense.
This past Sunday, the Miami Dolphins were able to move the ball almost at will and a potentially big reason for this was the absence of Matt Milano and Tremaine Edmunds, who missed the game due to injuries.
The good news for the Buffalo Bills is that both were able to get back onto the practice field on Wednesday in some capacity. While this doesn’t guarantee they will be available for this week’s game, this is a big step in the right direction.
Buffalo Bills have seven players not practice on Wednesday
While Edmunds and Milano returned on a limited basis, the Buffalo Bills had seven players miss practice on Wednesday. In this group was wide receiver Cole Beasley, running back Zack Moss, tight end Dawson Knox, defensive end Jerry Hughes, defensive tackle Ed Oliver, linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips, and cornerback Taron Johnson.
This was certainly the most players to miss practice so far this season for the Buffalo Bills. However, some teams try to use Wednesday as a rest day, especially for some veterans. If some of these players miss tomorrow’s practice then their availability against the Los Angeles Rams certainly would be more in question.
The other big name on this injury report was cornerback Tre’Davious White, who was limited on Wednesday due to a shoulder injury.