The Buffalo Bills were back on the practice field Thursday and once again had both starting linebackers on the field as well.
The injury report continues to grow for the Buffalo Bills but they had good news in regards to their starting linebackers. Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano were both limited once again but this came after a limited practice on Wednesday.
The real test will certainly be tomorrow and the hope would be to see both be full participants which would give them a good shot to play this week against the Los Angeles Rams. Last week, Edmunds was a limited participant on Wednesday and Thursday before sitting out Friday’s practice and missing the game in Week 2.
Another piece of good news was that Cole Beasley was a full participant on Thursday after missing Wednesday’s practice with hip and thumb injuries. In addition to Beasley, starting cornerback Tre’Davious White was a full participant and told reporters on Thursday that he will be good to go this week.
The bad news though is that for the second straight day rookie running back Zack Moss missed practice with a toe injury. The rookie had been splitting carries almost evenly with Devin Singletary and his absence could be a big loss for this offense.
The team could turn to running back T.J. Yeldon, who has been inactive the first two weeks, but if Moss is inactive it will undoubtedly be a bigger workload for Singletary this week.
In addition to Moss, tight end Dawson Knox sat out his second practice in a row after suffering a concussion against the Miami Dolphins. It seems unlikely that he will be able to play this week which means that Tyler Kroft should see an expanded workload against the Rams this week.
The Buffalo Bills have one more practice this week and after Friday’s practice will give official game designation for this week’s game against the Rams.