Buffalo Bills linebacker Matt Milano did not participate in practice on Wednesday as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury suffered in last Sunday's 40-0 win over the Houston Texans at Highmark Stadium.
Milano was working off to the side with trainers, as most of the rest of the team was on the field just outside the ADPRO Sports Training Center.
Milano wasn't the only player not practicing Wednesday due to injury. Running back/special teamer Taiwan Jones missed practice due to a hamstring injury, and defensive end Greg Rousseau did not practice due to a toe injury.
Safety Jordan Poyer (ankle), guard Jon Feliciano (concussion), offensive tackle Spencer Brown (knee), cornerback Dane Jackson (knee), and cornerback Tre'Davious White (shoulder) were all limited. Poyer and Feliciano both missed last Sunday's game.
Starting nickel cornerback Taron Johnson (groin) and defensive end Efe Obada (ankle), who both didn't play Sunday, were full participants at Wednesday's session.
The Bills play the two-time defending AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium.
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