Dane Jackson, Jordan Poyer return to practice in limited capacity

The Bills are preparing for the Ravens with plenty of injury concerns
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Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills had a lengthy injury report to start their on field work-week and preparations for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but some of it was positive as several players returned to the field.

Offensive lineman Ryan Bates (concussion protocol), cornerback Christian Benford (hand), offensive tackle Dion Dawkins (non-Covid-related illness), wide receiver Jake Kumerow (ankle), and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstring) did not practice.

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However, several players who have been banged-up and even missed last Sunday's loss at Miami were back on the field in a limited fashion, including wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle), safety Jordan Poyer (foot), cornerback Dane Jackson (neck), defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle), center Mitch Morse (elbow), defensive back Cam Lewis (forearm/knee), tight end Dawson Knox (back/hip), and newly signed offensive lineman Justin Murray (foot).

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