Buffalo Bills first-round draft pick Ed Oliver will be limited in practice Tuesday as the team continued organized team activities.
Coach Sean McDermott said Oliver is out with shoulder soreness.
He is among six players who were listed as limited at practice along with seven players who are out.
Free-agent center Mitch Morse, who did not practice officially last week after having sports hernia surgery a few weeks ago, will be on the field with a red jersey. Free-agent wide receiver Cole Beasley, who also had sports hernia surgery, will not practice. McDermott said Beasley is "a few weeks" behind Morse.
Other players who will not practice: Ty Nsekhe, Eli Harold, E.J. Gaines, Tyler Kroft, Jason Croom and Zay Jones.
McDermott said other limited players are Russell Bodine, Quinton Spain, Rafael Bush and Taron Johnson.
“Any time you miss, it is serious because we need you out there,” McDermott said. “It’s hard to develop the team when you are not practicing and not with the team. But other than Tyler’s situation, most of them are shorter-term situations.”
Kroft is sidelined with a broken foot suffered last week.
Josh Allen returned to practice Tuesday after being given Monday to play in the Jim Kelly golf tournament.
"Josh (Allen) has had a solid spring. He continues to grow and evolve," McDermott said when asked about the quarterback.