Jamison Crowder, WR (BUF)

Returning to practice

Crowder, who had been dealing with what coach Sean McDermott referred to as "soreness" and "tightness," will practice Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Now that Crowder is in line to resume practicing, he'll look to secure a role in the Bills' wide receiver corps, which is slated to feature Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis out wide, with Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie in the mix to handle slot duties and 2022 fifth-rounder Khalil Shakir also contending for snaps.

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Duke Johnson

Duke Johnson

RB | BUF

Getting reps with receivers

Johnson worked with the wide receivers in practice Thursday to improve his route running and footwork, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

James Cook

RB | BUF

Fleshing out receiving skills

Cook has taken some reps with the wide receivers in camp to work on his route running and footwork, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

Jordan Poyer

Jordan Poyer

DB | BUF

Hyperextends elbow

Poyer sustained a hyperextended elbow at Tuesday's practice and will be sidelined a couple weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Zack Moss

Zack Moss

RB | BUF

Making noise at camp

Teammate Devin Singletary recently said Moss has been "looking good" in training camp and is "getting back to himself" after a disappointing 2021, Dom Tibbetts of WKBW reports.

Khalil Shakir

WR | BUF

Strong start to training camp

Shakir had a strong weekend of practice, taking advantage of extra opportunities with veterans Jamison Crowder and Jake Kumerow (undisclosed) sidelined by injuries, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

Gabriel Davis

Gabriel Davis

WR | BUF

Player on the rise

Davis continues to stand out during training camp, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Said offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday: "Great mentally, as smart as any receiver I've been around, and works his tail off. So I think that's why you see that trajectory with him continue to get better and better and better each year because he's never complacent."

Isaiah McKenzie

Isaiah McKenzie

WR | BUF

Impressive showing in training camp

McKenzie's growth as a route runner has stood out during Buffalo's first four training-camp practices while he sees extra reps in place of injured veteran wideout Jamison Crowder, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.