Two projected starters continue to make positive strides in their recovery from injuries for the Buffalo Bills.
Coach Sean McDermott said Tuesday that left tackle Cordy Glenn and wide receiver Jordan Matthews will be on the field for the walk-through portion of practice and that both are "progressing."
"Cordy is progressing, and he'll be out on the field with the walk through going on. He's progress, he's moving forward, and you know, nothing has changed. We feel like we're on schedule at this point," McDermott said. "Jordan you'll see out there in the walk-through period a little bit, so he's take a step forward today. He is on schedule, as is Cordy. You'll see Jordan in a little bit more of activity that Cordy at this point."
When asked if "on schedule" meant being ready for Week One of the regular season, McDermott said "yes."
In other updates, running back Jonathan Williams is day to day with a knee injury suffered in Sunday's practice. Linebacker Ramon Humber (oblique) and defensive tackle Marcell Dareus (quad) are expected to be limited in Tuesday's practice.
Wide receiver Rod Streater is listed as week to week with a toe injury suffered in the preseason game against the Eagles last week.
"We're still going through, evaluating options at this point," McDermott said.
The other players on the Bills' injury report at the moment are: wide receiver Jeremy Butler (concussion), safety Colt Anderson (foot), safety Trae Elston (hamstring) and offensive tackle Michael Ola (toe). Right tackle Jordan Mills (ankle) and linebacker Tanner Vallejo (knee) were limited participants Sunday.