Wednesday October 8th, 2014

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams returned to practice on Wednesday after missing last Sunday's victory over the Detroit Lions with a knee injury.

Williams, who was reportedly limited, suffered the injury in a Sept. 28 loss to the Houston Texans

Over four games this season, Williams has recorded eight tackles and one sack and helped the Bills rank second in the league in fewest rushing yards allowed per attempt (2.9).The 31-year-old has played in all 16 games the previous two seasons.

Other Bills players who were back at practice Wednesday include linebacker Nigel Bradham, who was battling a knee injury, and cornerback Ron Brooks, who was released from the hospital on Monday after suffering a neck injury.

The Bills (3-2) host the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Can Tony Sparano fix the Raiders in time for Sunday?  

- Chris Johnson

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