Dane Jackson returns to practice; other Bills injury notes

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. Nine days after a helmet-to-helmet collision with teammate Tremaine Edmunds that forced him to be taken off the field in an ambulance, Bills cornerback Dane Jackson returned to practice on Wednesday.

He was a limited participant and wore a non-contact jersey. Though it isn’t known if Jackson will play on Sunday against the Ravens, being back on the field in any capacity is its own victory for him.

He isn’t the only player with a question mark next to his name for Week 4. Twelve other Bills were either limited or sidelined due to injuries of their own.

WR Gabe Davis played this past Sunday against the Dolphins so, barring any setback, expect him to be ready for this upcoming weekend. DT Jordan Phillips could be a different story, according to head coach Sean McDermott.

“I don’t think it’s going to happen this week,” he said. “I’m feeling like it’s a little more week to week. I’m hopeful for next week but we’ll see where it goes.”

Buffalo visits Baltimore for their first head-to-head meeting since the 2021 AFC Division game at High Mark Stadium. The Bills won 17-3.