McDermott: No timetable yet on Quinton Spain's ankle injury

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Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) - Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott gave an update on the team's injuries on Sunday prior to practice:
Did not practice:

  • CB - Tre'Davious White (quad)
  • OG - Quinton Spain (ankle)
  • CB - Cam Lewis (concussion protocol)
  • OT - De'Ondre Wesley (knee)
  • TE - Kyle Carter (knee)
  • RB - Senorise Perry (quad)
  • DE - Mike Love (peck)
  • TE - Tyler Kroft (foot/PUP list)

Center Mitch Morse reains in the league's concussion protocol, but did practice, as he did last week.

Spain injured his ankle in the team's 24-20 preseaon win over the Detroit Lions Friday night. He was carted into the locker rom for evaluation. When McDermott was asked for a prognosis, he said, "We don't really know right now. It's too early. So we're just taking it one day at a time right now."

McDermott also said he was "shocked" upon hearing the news of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck's retirement, calling him a "class act," congratulating him on a great career, and saying that he wished he had seen him play more and longer.

The Bills are 3-0 this preseason and will wrap-up their exhibition schedule at home Thursday night at 7 p.m. against the Minnesota Vikings. 

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