Bills receiver Watkins, tackle Glenn both limping

Bills receiver Watkins, tackle Glenn both limping

Bills receiver Watkins, tackle Glenn both limping

Watkins, the fourth pick in the 2014 draft, led the Bills with 60 catches for 1,047 yards in 13 games last season, and no one else on the team topped Robert Woods' 552 receiving yards.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins is experiencing discomfort in his surgically repaired left foot that could affect his availability for upcoming games, the New York Daily News reported Monday.

Coach Rex Ryan is scheduled to address the media at 2:40 p.m. Monday.

And to his credit, the young receiver was able to return in time for the season and he played in their season-opening loss on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

"We'll see how it progresses", Ryan said on multiple occasions.

Watkins played well in last season's finale against the Jets. It was a 40-yard completion to tight end Charles Clay and only after Taylor scrambled out of trouble. In fact, about a week or so ago, that foot got exhausted on him during practice. The Bills were originally anxious that Watkins had re-broken his bone in his foot after Sunday's game, but that is not the case.

While Watkins suffered no new breaks in his foot, Jones fractures typically come with a high risk for re-injury due to complications associated with the surgical hardware.

The team announce they re-signed fullback Jerome Felton and released Buffalo native and fullback Glenn Gronkowski.

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