Buffalo Bills cornerback Ronald Darby suffered an ankle injury during Saturday’s training camp practice.
The third year cornerback was listed as day-to-day following the Bills’ third training camp practice. Darby left the field with a trainer on Saturday with a slight limp as evidenced by video captured by WIVB-TV’s Tom Martin.
Ronald Darby walked off the practice field with a trainer. Looked like maybe a slight limp. Could just be getting a breather. pic.twitter.com/6M2vZdjUYD
— Tom Martin (@4TomMartin) July 29, 2017
Darby would later appear on the sidelines without his helmet and view the remainder of the team’s practice. Second year cornerback Kevon Seymour would take reps with the first team defense in Darby’s place.
Darby will be the team’s top cornerback in 2017 following Stephon Gilmore’s departure in free agency.
In addition to Darby, the team also announced wide receiver Brandon Tate was day-to-day with a calf injury.
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