Wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, Marquise Goodwin, has officially returned to practice on Thursday. The news comes after Goodwin missed Wednesday’s practice due to a hamstring injury. Via ESPN,
Coach Dough Marrone indicated Wednesday that Goodwin could still be a game-time decision.
“You kind of have to wait until you go 100 percent on it until you know whether you’re going to play or not,” he said.
Meanwhile, receiver Robert Woods was not spotted again Thursday, nursing an ankle injury.
On Wednesday, Marrone said he did “not feel that good” about Woods’ chances to play Sunday in Pittsburgh.
While it’s great for the Bills to have Goodwin practicing again, it’s still not as great as having everyone healthy. Woods is an asset to Buffalo’s offense, without him, the Bills could even struggle more.
Buffalo will head to Pittsburgh for their week 10 match up against the Steelers on Sunday. The Bills are 3-6 on the season, and sit fourth in the AFC East, as many expected. They are having a lot of trouble with the offense, due to injuries not only at receiver, but quarterback and running back as well.
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