Breaking News: Bills open practice window for super star to return

The Buffalo Bills have faced a string of injuries on their defensive lineup, with key players like All-Pro linebacker Matt Milano, cornerback Tre’Davious White, and defensive tackle DaQuan Jones getting sidelined early in the season.

Despite these setbacks, Buffalo’s defense has shown resilience. In their recent dominant 31-10 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, the defense displayed arguably its finest performance of the season by containing the league’s highest-scoring offense.

In today’s Buffalo Rumblinks, we explore the potential return of one of their injured stars, DaQuan Jones, as the team has initiated a 21-day return-to-play window for him. This move suggests a positive outlook for the defense, indicating a possible reinforcement with Jones’s return.


Bills open 3-week window to activate DaQuan Jones off IR |

Bills open practice window for DT DaQuan Jones

In an interaction with reporters on Tuesday, head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that DaQuan Jones has entered the practice window. Jones had been out of action since sustaining a pectoral injury in the team’s Week 5 defeat against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

McDermott stated to the media, “I currently do not anticipate his participation in Saturday’s game, but it’s a positive development to see him back on the field and resuming practice.”

Throughout the initial five games of the season, Jones had notably enhanced his reputation as a reliable force against the run and emerged as one of the league’s underrated pass rushers. He amassed 2.5 sacks and recorded five quarterback hits during this period.


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