Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor will not practice Wednesday because of a knee injury.
Coach Sean McDermott declined to speculate on what that might mean for Taylor's availability for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. He said remains day to day.
Given that Taylor's legs are big part of his game, McDermott said that would a "consideration" in whether Taylor would play, but said it would come down to whether he could execute the game plan.
Defensive end Eddie Yarbrough (chest), who would be the likely replacement for Shaq Lawson, also is not practicing. Lawson was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Running back Travaris Cadet, who is in the concussion protocol, and guard John Miller (ankle) also will not practice.
Defensive tackle Kyle Williams was a late addition to the injury report and did not practice with a groin injury. Tight end Charles Clay, initially considered limited, was listed as did not practice.
Five players were listed as limited, including Tre'Davious White, who is in the concussion protocol following a hit from Rob Gronkowski. McDermott declined to comment on Gronkowski's one-game suspension. "I'm not going there," he said.
Rrunning back Mike Tolbert (hamstring), receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee) and cornerback Leonard Johnson also will be limited as will offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (feet/ankle). For Glenn, it will be the first time he has practiced in weeks.