Bills Week 2 Injury Report: Gabriel Davis misses Wednesday’s practice

Gabriel Davis, Buffalo Bills (Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports)
Gabriel Davis, Buffalo Bills (Mandatory Credit: Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports) /

This is the Buffalo Bills injury report after practice on Wednesday ahead of Week 2.

The Buffalo Bills were back on the practice field Wednesday as they begin preparation for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. This is also an opportunity to put behind last week’s disappointing loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and move forward.

On Wednesday, the Bills had three players sit out of practice however only one player missed due to an injury. That player was wide receiver Gabriel Davis, who did not practice due to an ankle injury. This is certainly disappointing as Davis was arguably the most impactful wide receiver against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He finished the game with two receptions for 40 yards and a three-yard touchdown. While it isn’t a big stat line, both receptions came on the same drive and helped the team to their only touchdown of the game.

The other two players who did not practice on Wednesday were wide receiver Cole Beasley and defensive end Mario Addison. Both players sat out for a vet day.

Star Lotulelei back at Bills’ practice

Last week, the Buffalo Bills had only one player miss the game due to injury and that was defensive tackle Star Lotulelei. However, the team had some good news on Wednesday as Lotulelei was able to practice on a limited basis.

He was also joined by Matt Milano and Isaiah McKenzie as limited participants. The fact that McKenzie was limited isn’t surprising with the shoulder injury as he did leave the game against the Steelers briefly due to a shoulder injury but was able to return to the game.

The final player on the injury report was Emmanuel Sanders, who was listed as a full participant after being questionable for Week 1 due to the foot injury.

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The Buffalo Bills will have two more practices this week before they travel to Miami to face the Dolphins on Sunday.