Bills wide receiver Robert Foster suffered a foot injury last week, and the team is evaluating its severity.
Coach Sean McDermott told reporters Tuesday on the first day of minicamp that he doesn’t think it’s a long-term injury but it’s “still early in the process.”
Wide receivers Zay Jones will not practice and Cole Beasley will be limited, meaning three of the Bills’ top four receivers are dealing with injuries.
Other Bills who won’t practice: tight end Jason Croom, offensive linemen Ike Boettger, Quinton Spain, Jeremiah Sirles and Jon Feliciano, and tight end Tyler Kroft. Kroft is the lone longer-term injury after he broke a foot earlier in the spring workouts.
Sirles is an addition to the injury list after leaving a practice last week.
Beasley, offensive linemen Ty Nsekhe, Russell Bodine and Garrett McGhin and defensive backs Rafael Bush and Taron Johnson are limited.
First-round pick Ed Oliver, who was experiencing shoulder soreness last week, was not among those whom McDermott listed.
Center Mitch Morse is a “full go” for minicamp, McDermott said, after having sports hernia surgery.