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John Brown pulls up in pain at practice on Thursday

Bills WR John Brown appears to reaggravate his calf injury on Thursday

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) celebrates with wide receiver John Brown (15) after a touchdown during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown spent last week nursing a calf injury, but was able to play on Sunday, albeit, maybe not at 100 percent. This week, Brown has practiced and appeared ready to play, if they had someone to play, but he appeared to hurt a leg muscle of some sort in practice, per Jon Scott of SPEC News Buffalo. Scott was able to record the injury, and there is no doubt that Brown was in pain. With a calf injury suffered in Week 3, it appears that this injury could be a reaggravation.

At this point, the Bills vs. Titans game is up in the air, as Titans players continue to test positive for Covid-19. If the game is rescheduled, it could help Brown heal up, but Friday’s practice will likely tell us if Brown was able to avoid an injury that could keep him out of a game this week.