Bills' Doug Legursky returns to practice

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Doug Legursky returned to practice Wednesday, nearly three weeks after suffering a knee injury in the team's preseason finale.

Legursky, who was in a jersey and helmet, took part in positional drills during the period of practice open to reporters.

If he is able to return to play on Sunday, Legursky would give a boost to an offensive line that ranks among the worst in the league in depth.

Meanwhile, cornerback Stephon Gilmore (fractured wrist) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (fractured hand) were also in jerseys and helmets for the stretching portion of practice. They did not join their teammates in positional drills, instead working with the strength and conditioning staff.

Cornerback Ron Brooks (fractured foot) was the lone player not spotted on the field.