The Buffalo Bills held their final practice of the week before Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. The good news is that all players look to be trending in the right direction as the team had only three players questionable for Week 2.
In that group is defensive tackle Star Lotulelei, who got in a full practice on Friday. He missed last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a calf injury and after two limited practices, Wednesday and Thursday he looks set to play Sunday.
If Lotulelei does play, this will be his first game since the Wild Card loss against the Houston Texans in the 2019 season.
Another player who was listed as questionable for Week 2 is wide receiver Gabriel Davis. He is dealing with an ankle injury that forced him to miss practice on Wednesday. He was limited on Thursday and Friday but based on the injury designation looks like he has a good chance to play as well.
Efe Obada is a new addition to the Buffalo Bills injury report
A new addition to the Buffalo Bills injury report for Week 2 is defensive end Efe Obada, who was added to the injury report on Friday due to a calf injury. He was limited in Friday’s practice and was listed as questionable. If Obada is not active this week, it could mean Boogie Basham is active for the first time in his career or increased playing time for A.J. Epenesa.
The only other player limited in practice on Friday was safety Micah Hyde. He was added to the injury report yesterday with a neck injury however he wasn’t given an injury designation for this week. At this point, there isn’t any reason to think he would miss this week’s game.
The Buffalo Bills will travel to Miami this weekend to play the Dolphins Sunday at 1 PM.