Mitch Morse remains in concussion protocol

Bills center misses practice on Wednesday

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - Buffalo Bills center Mitch Morse remains in the league's concussion protocol, and didn't practice again on Wednesday, as the team got back on the practice field just outside the ADPRO Sports Training Center in Orchard Park.

In addition to Morse, safety Jordan Poyer (knee) and defensive end Boogie Basham (calf) missed their second-straight day of practice, as well.

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Prior to the practice session, head coach Sean McDermott told the media that the reason quarterback Josh Allen was listed as limited on Tuesday was due to "general soreness."

The Bills play in Chicago on Saturday in, what could be, one of the coldest home games in Bears' history, with high temperatures expected to be below 10-degrees coupled with over 20 mile-per-hour winds.

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