Morse (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's injury report.
Despite exiting last weekend's game against New England with an ankle injury, Morse's full participation estimate (the Bills didn't hold a practice on the holiday) suggests he'll be good to go for Sunday's season finale against the Jets.
Morse left Saturday's loss to the Patriots in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a lower-body injury.
No reports have surfaced yet as to what specifically caused the starting center to leave the game, though he was unable to return. Jon Feliciano was forced to kick over from right guard to center, while reserve Spencer Long filled in the vacant spot. The Bills are locked into the No. 5 spot in the AFC, meaning Morse's availability for Week 17 isn't a huge deal, but he's pretty important to the team's chances of making a playoff run.
Morse (finger) is active for Thursday's contest against the Cowboys, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse has been limited in practice due to a finger injury that knocked him out of last week's win over Denver, but he'll play through the issue versus the Cowboys. The starting center's availability will be a notable boost for Buffalo's offensive line, assuming he's able to snap the ball properly.
Morse (finger) practiced on a limited basis for a second straight day Wednesday and is listed as questionable for Thursday's game in Dallas, The Buffalo News reports.
The potential problem lies in Morse's ability to snap the football as the center, so we imagine he'll test things out prior to the afternoon game and then consult with the team to make a decision. John Feliciano would switch over to center if Morse can't go, while Spencer Long would likely step into Feliciano's usual starting guard spot.
Morse, who left Sunday's game with a hand injury, was listed as limited on Monday's estimated practice report.
The fact that the starting center is listed as limited is a good sign, but because it was just a walk-through session, we won't have a good gauge on his likelihood for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Cowboys until the Bills get out on the practice field Tuesday. Morse was limited to just 16 snaps in Sunday's win.
Morse (finger) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Morse was shaken up on a play in the second quarter but walked off under his own power. With Morse sidelined, Jon Feliciano shifted to center, and Spencer Long entered as the right guard.
Morse (ankle) returned to a full practice Wednesday following the team's bye week, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse left the team's Week 5 win over the Titans early, though the Bills never felt the injury was serious. It looks like the starting center will be ready to resume his normal duties as the lynchpin of the line Sunday against Miami.
Coach Sean McDermott said Monday that Morse's ankle injury -- which forced him out of Sunday's win over Tennessee -- is not considered serious and the center could have gone back out there against the Titans in an emergency situation.
With the Bills on bye in Week 6, it sounds like Morse should be expected to go in a home game Week 7 vs. the Dolphins. He's the straw the stirs the drink on the new-look offensive line, one that's performed far better to date than the 2018 group.
Morse (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Titans.
Morse left the game and had tests performed on the sideline before being carted to the locker room.
Morse passed through the league's concussion protocol Thursday, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Morse practiced fully Monday as well, even though he had yet to pass concussion protocol. Now healthy, the 27-year-old seems poised to start at center for Buffalo after starting in 49 games for Kansas City over the last four seasons. He's by far the best interior offensive lineman on the Bills, though unfamiliarity with quarterback Josh Allen -- Morse didn't play a single preseason snap -- could be an issue for the first game or two.
Morse (concussion) was a full participant in practice Monday but remains in the concussion protocol, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Louis-Jacques also notes that it is unlikely Morse would play in Buffalo's preseason finale Thursday either way. The 27-year-old has a history of concussions, so it makes sense that the team would exercise caution with Morse, who started in 49 games for Kansas City over four seasons.
Morse was out of his red non-contact jersey for Tuesday's practice but remains in the concussion protocol, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse is likely down to his final step before getting full clearance, and the banged-up Buffalo offensive line could certainly use its starting center back. Morse has a history of concussions, so even when he does return his status will be worth monitoring for anyone backing members of the Buffalo offense, as the new-look line would be significantly weakened if he's not out there.
Morse, who's been out since the end of July with a concussion, worked out in pads Tuesday even though he was wearing a red non-contact jersey, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse remains in the concussion protocol but this is the most he's done since it happened. It also means he's in Step 4 of the protocol, with one more step to clear before he has full medical clearance. The Bills are rolling out almost an entirely new offensive line in 2019, and Morse is the best and highest priced guy of the bunch. There would be a lot of reconfiguring if he can't play, though things seem to be trending in a direction of the starting center being ready for Week 1.
Morse remains in the concussion protocol, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse has been working off to the side during practices -- certainly a good sign -- but he's had concussion issues in the past and he's now been out since late July. That's not a good sign considering he was Buffalo's biggest free-agent signee this offseason, one that's not getting much familiarity with quarterback Josh Allen.
Morse (concussion) will not participate in the Bills' practice Friday, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.
Morse was already seen doing cardiovascular activities on the sidelines earlier this week, so he is presumably nearing a clearance from concussion protocol. Still, Buffalo will opt to play it safe with its starting center, as there is no need to bring him back to the field until he is completely healed. Once that occurs, he will work to build a rapport with second-year quarterback Josh Allen.
Morse has missed practice time this week due to a concussion, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse was already doing cardiovascular work on the sidelines Wednesday, so it sounds like he'll be able to work through the protocol quickly. He's the clear-cut starter at center, though the big free-agent acquisition has already missed time with a core muscle injury and now the concussion, all infringing on his time to get in sync with young quarterback Josh Allen.
More (abdomen) was a full participant in mandatory minicamp Tuesday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Moore, who underwent core muscle surgery back in May, had been sidelined for most of OTAs before sporting a red non-contact jersey last week. Now, he will be a full-go before the Bills get a month off prior to training camp.
Morse (abdomen) participated in Tuesday's practice wearing a red non-contact jersey, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Morse underwent core muscle surgery in early May and has been sidelined during OTAs. Morse being back on the practice field, however, shows he is trending in the right direction ahead of minicamp next week.
Morse is not practicing at OTAs after undergoing core muscle surgery a few weeks ago, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Morse signed with the Bills this offseason and will be the team's starting center in 2019. Core muscle surgery can take anywhere from six weeks to a few months to recover from, which means Morse could be ready to go before training camp begins.
Morse intends to sign an undisclosed contract with Buffalo, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Morse had spent the past four seasons with Kansas City but will suit up for a different team in 2019. The Missouri product will take the reigns as the starting center in Buffalo next season.