McCoy, Dareus, Woods, Felton all missing from Thursday's practice

October 20, 2016
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By Sal Capaccio

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The Buffalo Bills were still missing several key players from practice Thursday. 

 

RB LeSean McCoy, DT Marcell Dareus, WR Robert Woods, and FB Jerome Felton were all missing during the stretching and individual portion of the session the media was allowed to view.

 

Due to a rainy and wet practice field, the team elected to practice inside the ADPRO Sports Training Center.

 

Head coach Rex Ryan will update the media after practice on the status of all of the missing players, as well as any other players who did not practice or were limited.

 

McCoy and Felton both left practice early Wednesday with injuries. McCoy is dealing with a mild to moderate hamstring strain, according to a source with knowledge. The team is still hoping to have him available Sunday in Miami but his status appears up in the air over the next several days.

 

Felton had a back issue that forced him to leave practice early Wednesday.  He appeared to injure the back at one point during Sunday’s 45-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers.

 

Woods also hurt his ankle Sunday and was seen in a walking boot after practice Wednesday.

 

Dareus is still dealing with a hamstring issue that has kept him out of the past two games. He has yet to play the season after serving a four-game suspension to start the year.

 

The team did, however, have Charles Clay on the field Thursday. The tight end did not practice Wednesday with an ankle injury.

 

Also, second-round draft choice Reggie Ragland, who will miss the season after undergoing ACL surgery, was in the fieldhouse and appeared to be walking well while he playfully chatted with staff members. Here's a video of that:

 

 

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