The Buffalo Bills had Tre’Davious White and Matt Milano back as full participants at Friday’s practice.
The Buffalo Bills were missing a number of key starters on Tuesday night against the Tennessee Titans but appear set to welcome almost all of them back this week against the Kansas City Chiefs.
In Week 5, the Bills saw starting linebacker Matt Milano, cornerback Tre’Davious White and wide receiver John Brown all sit out the game due to injuries. However, all three players were able to practice in full on Friday. This is a good sign that they are on track to return in a pivotal Monday night matchup with the Chiefs.
Also joining the players previously mentioned was running back Zack Moss who practiced in full for the second straight day. The rookie has missed the past few weeks due to a toe injury but he appears set to return this week.
The hope is that the return of Moss could be a boost to a running game that has been struggling to start the year.
The only player who did not practice for the Buffalo Bills on Friday was starting tight end Dawson Knox. After his second did not practice, it would be surprising to see him on the field this week against the Chiefs. This means that the team will likely turn to Tyler Kroft again to step into the starting lineup at tight end for the Bills.
The Buffalo Bills also added one player to the injury report on Friday and that is linebacker Tremaine Edmunds who was limited due to a shoulder injury. This is an injury that he has been battling for a few weeks now and this may just be a rest day but worth watching on the official injury report tomorrow.
The Buffalo Bills will have one more practice before they take the field on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.