Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, who missed the last two games with foot and ankle problems, returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis.
Otherwise, the Bills had a long list of players who didn't participate due to injury and other reasons.
Those who sat out with injuries were wide receiver Jordan Matthews (thumb), safety Micah Hyde (knee), and linebacker Ramon Humber (thumb).
Tight end Charles Clay was excused because of a death in his family, while linebacker Lorenzo Alexander and defensive tackle Kyle Williams were given the day off to rest.
Besides Glenn, other players who saw limited action were defensive end Shaq Lawson (groin), defensive tackle Marcell Dareus (ankle), cornerback E.J. Gaines (groin), wide receiver Kaelin Clay (back) and running back Taiwan Jones (knee).
Running backs LeSean McCoy (wrist) and Mike Tolbert (thumb), and defensive tackle Jerel Worthy (thumb) were full participants.