Josh Norman returns to practice; Levi Wallace sits out

Norman practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday

Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) - One cornerback back, one out.

While Josh Norman returned to practice for the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday, 13 days after injuring his hamstring, fellow cornerback Levi Wallace missed the session with the same injury. Norman was back on a limited basis, head coach Sean McDermott told reporters prior to practice. He also said they’ll evaluate Wallace on a day-to-day basis.

Another player who appeared on the injury report for the first time was defensive end Mario Addison, who McDermott said was dealing with knee soreness, so they decided to give him a couple days rest.

Cornerback Dane Jackson, offensive lineman Victor Salako, and defensive end Bryan Cox, Jr. also missed practice, all with undisclosed injuries, while tight end Tommy Sweeney (foot), guard Jon Feliciano (pec), running back Taiwan Jones (knee), fullback Patrick DiMarco (neck), and tight end Jason Croom (hamstring) all remained out.

Along with Norman, wide receiver Stefon Diggs was termed as limited by McDermott.

The team practiced at Bills Stadium in lightly falling rain with just four days remaining before they must make cuts to get to the final 53-man roster limit, which must be done by 4 p.m. eastern time on Saturday .

The Bills will host the New York Jets in Week 1 of the regular season on Sunday, Sept. 13.

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