Bills Today | Sean McDermott shares Bills injury updates ahead of Thursday's practice –

  • September 23, 2022

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Bills head coach Sean McDermott gave updates on the team’s injury report before Thursday’s practice leading into Week 3 at Miami.
McDermott shared that CB Dane Jackson (neck), DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring), S Micah Hyde (neck) and S Jordan Poyer (foot) will NOT practice on Thursday but did not provide additional information on their availability for Sunday’s game.
DT Ed Oliver (ankle), WR Gabe Davis (ankle), TE Dawson Knox (foot), DT Tim Settle (calf) and C Mitch Morse (elbow) are among those that were either limited or DNP in Wednesday’s practice. McDermott did not comment on how much each would practice but said he expects that group to be “out there in some way, shape or form.”
Jackson was released from the hospital on Tuesday after being involved in a scary collision against the Titans. He was back inside the team facility this week but McDermott did not specify when Jackson would be cleared to practice.
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McDermott declined to comment on Hart’s situation but said the team will address the matter internally this week.
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