PITTSORD -- Cordy Glenn has returned to practice for the Buffalo Bills, but his status is remains uncertain.
Coach Sean McDermott said Sunday that, despite the offensive tackle receiving medical clearance to take the field, he is "day-to-day" with the foot soreness that kept him out of action Thursday and Friday.
Glenn recently received a second opinion on the foot by a renowned Charlotte foot specialist, Dr. Robert Anderson.
"We're always concerned," McDermott said. "You want to look and see what's going on there and we got a good look at it, Dr. Anderson got a good look at things. So Cordy's going to practice. We'll see how it goes, and, really, he's day-to-day at this point."
After practice, Glenn told reporters his foot "felt good."
"I’m just going to trust the process and the plan we have in place," he said. "Just practicing, just being out here with my teammates; That’s basically it for right now, that’s the plan everyone is going with and we’ve communicated that with each other. We’re all good with that."
As for whether Glenn would play during any of the Bills' preseason games, the first of which is Thursday night against the Minnesota Vikings, the coach said, "We're going to take it one day at a time right now. That's what we've got to do. We have one eye, obviously, on the game, but really, we're focused on us and not only on Cordy's situation, but I want us improve. When we got out on this football field, we've got a lot of work to do, a lot of work to do."
Defensive lineman Ryan Davis (concussion) and tight end Keith Towbridge (foot) did not practice Sunday.
Defensive end Shaq Lawson (groin) and safety Micah Hyde (hip) worked on a limited basis.