Buffalo Bills: Mitch Morse returned to practice on Wednesday
The Buffalo Bills had starting center Mitch Morse return to practice on Wednesday.
Once again, the Buffalo Bills start their week of practice with a rather lengthy injury report. However, the team did get some good news as center Mitch Morse returned to practice.
He suffered a concussion on the fourth play of the game in Week 8 against the New England Patriots. He was placed in concussion protocol after the game and missed this past Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Prior to Wednesday’s practice, head coach Sean McDermott announced that Morse had cleared the concussion protocol.
Another player who returned to practice was cornerback Josh Norman. The veteran has battled a hamstring injury most of the season as he missed the first three weeks of the season and recently has sat out the last three games.
He returned on Wednesday and was a limited participant. If he is able to return, the coaching staff will have an interesting decision to make on who to start between Levi Wallace and Norman. These two had been competing for the starting job during training camp but have only had one game where both were healthy, which was Week 4.
That game Wallace started the game but left shortly after with an ankle injury.
Some other notable players on the injury report were Tre’Davious White and Cody Ford, who both suffered injuries against the Seahawks and missed practice on Wednesday.
White suffered an ankle injury at the end of the game and he was not able to return. As for Ford, he suffered an ankle injury earlier in the game and also was not able to return.
The Buffalo Bills have also tried to use Wednesday as a rest day for veterans and wide receiver John Brown and Jerry Hughes were on the injury report with Vet Rest designations.