The end is in sight for the Buffalo Bills.
The end of spring practices, that is.
The Bills held their penultimate organized team activity Wednesday, practicing for about 90 minutes on the grass field outside the AdPro Sports Training Center. Attendance was a bit less than what it has been, with offensive tackles Seantrel Henderson and Tyson Chandler, cornerback Leodis McKelvin, safeties Deon Broomfield and Aaron Williams, running back Boobie Dixon, wide receiver Percy Harvin and guard Chris Williams not taking part.
Williams' absence is not a surprise -- he's skipped all of the voluntary workouts to this point. General Manager Doug Whaley told the Associated Press on Wednesday that Williams is still recovering from the back surgery that ended his 2014 season.
The rest of the absences are not injury related, Ryan said. The Bills will hold their final OTA on Thursday -- that is, if Ryan doesn't cancel it in favor of a team-building exercise.
After that, it's three days of mandatory minicamp next week, then coaches and players will scatter for summer vacation before the start of training camp at St. John Fisher College in Pittsford at the end of July.