John Brown misses second straight practice

The team is taking it "day-by-day" with the wideout's ankle injury

There are still four days remaining before the Buffalo Bills take on the Los Angeles Chargers at Bills Stadium, but wide receiver John Brown has yet to practice at all this week with an ankle injury. His status for Sunday's contest remains up in the air.

"We'll take it one day at a time and see how the week plays out," head coach Sean McDermott told reporters on Wednesday.

Brown has been dealing with knee and ankle injuries at various times this season. He left the team's Week 10 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals after falling awkwardly and he didn't return.

Tight end Dawson Knox, who missed Tuesday's practice, was back on the field on Wednesday, listed as a full participant with a hamstring injury. Defensive end A.J. Epenesa was out of the red non-contact jersey he was wearing on Tuesday and also was a full participant. Epenesa left the Cardinals game with a concussion.

Notable on the day's official injury report is that quarterback Josh Allen is no longer on it. He had been every day since Week 4 (although a full participant) with his left shoulder injury.

The Bills won't practice Thursday, as players will have off for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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