By Jay Skurski
The Bills started their practice week today in a somewhat unusual spot -- inside Ralph Wilson Stadium. It's the first time all season they've practiced inside their Sunday home (the team uses its indoor fieldhouse or adjacent outdoor grass field the vast majority of the time).
Not in attendance at practice today were defensive end Mark Anderson (knee), left tackle Cordy Glenn (ankle) and cornerback Terrence McGee.
Coach Chan Gailey said prior to practice that McGee would miss today, but was likely to return tomorrow. McGee has had his playing time limited all season as he recovers from offseason knee surgery.
At practice but not working out were safety Da'Norris Searcy, who suffered an ankle injury Sunday against Arizona, and defensive tackle Kyle Williams. He missed two practices last week while the team practiced in Arizona, but was able to start against the Cardinals.
Right guard Kraig Urbik (ankle) and defensive tackle Spencer Johnson (ankle) were at practice, but looked to be extremely limited in the portion open to the media.