Bills free safety Jairus Byrd was listed as one of the limited participants for OTAs and minicamp, but to this point he hasn’t had too many restrictions.
Byrd has been getting reps with the first unit in both 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 team work and doesn’t appear to be slowed much despite the fact that he’s still going through the final stages of his lengthy rehab process coming of hip surgery to repair a torn labrum.
Though his movement looks good, he admits he’s still not 100 percent recovered.
“I’ve felt pretty good,” Byrd told Buffalobills.com following Wednesday’s practice. “I’m coming back into the swing of things, but the rest of it is just on-the-field stuff. It has to loosen up, there is some tightness in there, but the rest is just getting out and working it out on the field.”
Byrd expects to be full go in plenty of time for training camp when the pads go on.
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