Bills get several key players back at practice; Zack Moss still out

Six players are still listed as limited on Thursday's injury report
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Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) - Defensive tackle Ed Oliver, wide receiver Cole Beasley, and cornerback Taron Johnson all returned to practice for the Buffalo Bills on Thursday after missing Wednesday's session with injury-related issues.

All three players were listed as "limited" on the team's official injury and practice report for the day, along with wide receiver John Brown (foot) and linebackers Matt Milano (hamstring) and Tremaine Edmunds (shoulder). Edmunds was wearing a non-contact jersey once again on Thursday.

However, running back Zack Moss did not practice for a second straight day. He's dealing with a toe injury. Moss was seen stretching during the open-media portion of practice, then jogged over to the exercise bike area, where he joined tight end Dawson Knox (concussion) and cornerback Josh Norman (hamstring/IR).

Moss' injury and participation will be one to monitor on Friday as the team gets ready to take on the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon. Both teams enter the game 2-0, and it's the only game this week featuring two unbeaten teams on Sunday's NFL schedule.

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