The Buffalo Bills were back on the practice field on Wednesday in Orchard Park, but for a much shorter session than we've seen so far this week.
The team was only on the field or about an hour, with helmets, no shoulder pads, and in shorts or sweatpants. Players are allowed to have full-contact, including live tackling, starting Thursday, so it's very possible head coach Sean McDermott wanted to keep their bodies fresh for a more physical day.
McDermott met with the media prior to hitting the field and gave an injury update:
Linebacker Vosean Joseph wore a red non-contact jersey, while wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins was no longer wearing the red non-contact, and wide receiver Gabe Davis was back on the field after missing Tuesday's practice.