Defensive tackle Kyle Williams was a late addition to the Buffalo Bills' injury list Wednesday when he missed practice with a groin injury.
Williams joined quarterback Tyrod Taylor (knee), tight end Charles Clay (knee), defensive end Eddie Yarbrough (chest), running back Travaris Cadet (concussion), and guard John Miller (ankle) on the list of players who didn't take part in the first full workout as the Bills began preparing in earnest for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee), who has missed the last two games, and tackle Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle), who has missed the last four, practiced on a limited basis.
"I think me, the coaches, the training staff, we’re just going to come to a decision at the end of the week," Benjamin said. "We’re just taking it day by day, just taking it slow."
Coach Sean McDermott called Glenn's ability to work a step in the right direction.
"I’m very encouraged by it and, similar to the other guys, we’ll take it one day at a time," McDermott said.
Cornerbacks Tre'Davious White (concussion) and Leonard Johnson (knee), and running back Mike Tolbert (hamstring) also practiced on a limited basis.
McDermott acknowledged fact White was able to do limited work was encouraging. White wasn't permitted to speak with reporters because he is still in concussion protocol.
Running back LeSean McCoy (knee) and tackle Seantrel Henderson (back) were full participants.
With one week remaining, the Bills' Micah Hyde remains in first place among strong safeties in fan voting for the Pro Bowl. He has 80,759 votes, according to a news release.
Fan voting continues through Dec. 14 at www.NFL.com/probowlvote or via Twitter direct message. Beginning Thursday, fans can vote on Twitter by tweeting the first and last name of the player, or the player’s official Twitter handle, along with the hashtag: #ProBowlVote.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz leads all players with 562,958 total votes, followed by New England quarterback Tom Brady (499,727 votes) and Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell (499,042).
The fan vote counts one-third toward selection, with the players' vote and coaches' vote each also counted as one-third. Rosters will be announced Dec. 19 at 8 p.m. The Pro Bowl is Jan. 28 in Orlando.