Robert Woods, Scott Chandler see action

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills wrapped up their first week of OTAs on Friday, holding their third practice of the week.

Wide receiver Robert Woods (ankle surgery) and tight end Scott Chandler (knee surgery) saw their first action in team drills of the week. They weren't full participants, but it was a step forward from their participation level Wednesday and Thursday.

Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus returned to action Friday after sitting out Thursday's practice for unspecified reasons.

Linebacker Kiko Alonso (hip surgery) and defensive end Mario Williams (hip surgery) did not participate in team drills. They took part in some limited team drills Thursday and are likely being eased back into action.

Cornerback Darius Robinson, who left Thursday's practice with an arm injury, was not on the field Friday. Guard J.J. Unga was also not spotted.

Cornerback Leodis McKelvin (hip surgery), cornerback Stephon Gilmore (hip surgery), safety Aaron Williams (shoulder surgery), wide receiver T.J. Graham (hip surgery), and wide receiver Marcus Easley (hip surgery) all sat out their third straight day of team drills.

Running backs Ronnie Wingo (hamstring) and Bryce Brown (undisclosed) worked with the strength and conditioning staff for the duration of Friday's practice, as did Easley.

Wide receiver Sammy Watkins missed his second day of practice, as he is in Los Angeles for the NFLPA's rookie premiere.