The Buffalo Bills look like they will be getting a key part of their defense back on Thanksgiving against the New Orleans Saints as starting middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds was a full participant for the second straight practice this week. It is worth noting that yesterday’s practice was only a walkthrough so seeing him practice in full on Tuesday was a great sign.
The Bills have been without Edmunds for the past two games as he dealt with a hamstring injury. He missed every practice prior to the New York Jets game but looked like there might be a chance he played last week against the Indianapolis Colts as he was a limited participant on Friday and listed as questionable for Week 11.
He ultimately didn’t get on the field and his absence certainly didn’t help as the Bills’ defense was run over by Jonathan Taylor. It remains to be seen who will be able to play for the New Orleans Saints as Alvin Kamara has not practiced at all this week and Mark Ingram missed practice on Tuesday, according to Mike Triplett with ESPN.
Buffalo Bills’ WR Cole Beasley limited for the second straight day
The injury report for the Buffalo Bills is short and the only other player on the report was wide receiver Cole Beasley. He has been dealing with a rib injury the past few weeks and the team appears to be taking it easy with him. Beasley has yet to miss a game due to this injury and he likely will play.
In addition to the players listed, the Bills did open the practice window for wide receiver Marquez Stevenson and McDermott said there is a chance he might play. The Bills also are waiting on Jon Feliciano (injured reserve), Star Lotulelei (Reserve/COVID-19), and Spencer Brown (Reserve/COVID-19) to return but since none have returned at this point of the week, it would seem unlikely they play Thursday night.