Bills still dealing with plenty of injuries as OTAs roll on

June 04, 2019 - 2:51 pm

Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) - Once again, the Buffalo Bills had plenty of players either missing due to injuries or recover from them, or limited in their work here at OTAs on Tuesday.

Here's a rundown of the players who didn't practice, due to injury:

  • OL - Ty Nsekhe
  • DE - Eli Harold
  • CB - E.J. Gaines
  • TE - Tyler Kroft
  • WR- Cole Beasley
  • WR - Zay Jones
  • TE - Jason Croom

Here are the players who were limited and wore non-contact red jerseys:

  • C - Russell Bodine
  • C - Mitch Morse
  • OG - Quinton Spain
  • DT - Ed Oliver
  • S - Rafael Bush
  • CB - Taron Johnson

Head coach Sean McDermott said that Kroft remains the most serious and only long-term injury with his broken foot, but added, "anytime you miss it is serious, because we need you out there. There's a number of guys that aren't practicing, so its hard to develop the team when you're not practicing and not available."

After practice, Beasley, recovering from offseason core muscle surgery, said he wouldn't be ready to go at next week's mandatory minicamp, but would definitely be ready for training camp at the end of July, but said "I'm feeling really good. I feel like I've made a lot of progress these last few weeks. I'm getting back to, actually, better than where I was. Now it just comes down to conditioning and a little more mobility in that area and strengthening my legs."

Morse, also recovering from core muscle surgery, said he'll be ready to go at next week's minicamp.

McDermott said Oliver was limited due to shoulder soreness.

The team has two more OTAs remaining this week before a three-day mandatory minicamp next week.

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