Bills receiver Donald Jones looked pretty good in practice today, as the team prepared for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Jones wasn't doing everything all the other receivers were doing, but he ran his pass routes pretty well on the turf field, behind the team's fieldhouse.
It would be helpful if Jones were available Sunday, becuase the Jets have a strong defense and a good cast of cornerbacks.
Meanwhile, left tackle Andy Levitre was not practicing. Rookie Chris Hairston, who also is coming back from an ankle injury, was working in the left-tackle spot. Also not practicing were defensive tackle Kyle Williams, tackle Demetrius Bell and running back Johnny White. Both Williams and Bell are out. Rookie cornerback Aaron Williams, who has been out with a clavicle injury, was back practicing with the scout team. He's expected to be listed as limited, too.
Jones, who has missed the past two games with a high ankle sprain, was hopeful about being able to play.
"I'm real anxious to get back on the field," he said. "Being out for almost a month now it sucks to sit and watch. I feel good. We’ll see how I feel in the middle of practice. I ran routes full speed and cutting. I still feel something in there, but it’s nothing that will hinder me from doing anything."