While there is still no timetable for Glenn to return from an unspecified illness, a team source said Monday he'd be "shocked" if the left tackle wasn't back for the start of the season, The Buffalo News reports.
McKelvin has been held out of team drills the past three days, but only as a precaution, since he's coming off offseason hip surgery, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "We just rested him and are making sure. Again, he’s coming off of an injury from the offseason and we’re just going to work his way back in here. Leodis has something that I admire. When he gets back in there, he’s going to go 110 percent every single time. We just want to make sure that we back him off a little bit. We’re in camp for awhile, so we’re just being smart.”
Hogan, who had a limited role with the Bills last season, continues to shine practice after practice, BuffaloBills.com reports. He's showing more burst than last season to go with an ability he's always had in gaining separation from defensive backs. Said quarterback EJ Manuel, "Chris has done a great job, especially in the red zone where the area is a lot tighter. I know there was one I threw him, he wasn’t even looking, I kind of just stuck it in his stomach. As soon as he turned his head the ball was on him. That’s a hard catch to make, especially in traffic.”
Gilmore, who struggled with a wrist injury all of last season, is unlimited in training camp and feels far better than any point of his 2013 campaign, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said the third-year cornerback, "It feels good. That was my first time ever having surgery and getting hurt so it feels good to be back to myself and be out there having fun and be playing how I know how to play. It helped me out a lot. I’ve never struggled like that before when I had that surgery on my hand so it helped me out a lot. It humbled me and I feel good now so I’m ready to go help this team win.”
While Moeaki (hamstring) will miss at the very least a few days of practice, he's not expected to miss the entire camp, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "And with Tony (Moeaki), he’ll be out not for the whole camp, but he’s going to be out for a significant amount of time. And when I say significant, I think it’s very difficult to define. If you’re out three or four days in camp, that’s a lot of reps on everybody for what you’re trying to get done. So, hopefully we’ll be able to get him back quickly.”
Gragg, who's been in the hospital the last two days to be treated for heat-related symptoms, was back with the team Friday but is still not practicing, The Buffalo News reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, “We’re still going to be careful about when we put him back on the field, so it’ll probably be a couple days.”
Searcy is having a strong summer and is starting to look like the clear-cut favorite to start at safety opposite Aaron Williams, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "Da’Norris has really played extremely well starting in the OTAs. He did a very good job for us last year and I thought at times he didn’t get enough credit for the plays that he made. He made a lot of big plays for us. When he came to the OTAs, he’s very solid, good at what he does. Very knowledgeable, he has good instincts. He’s been playing very well and I’m excited about that."