Orchard Park, NY (WIVB.COM) - The Bills saw the return of Wide Receiver Stevie Johnson (thigh) and Defensive Tackle Kyle Williams (ankle) to the practice field Thursday after both missed Wednesday's session.
After all was accounted for, defensive end Chris Kelsay walked off the practice field. Kelsay left after an hour into Thursday's practice with a neck injury. Head Coach Chan Gailey said that further tests needed to be done with an updated injury report on Friday.
Kelsay is expected to start Sunday's game at New England, taking the place of the injured Mark Anderson. If Kelsay can't go, Bills fans could see the return of Shawne Merriman starting on the defensive line along with increased reps for Kyle Moore.
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