The oft-injured wide receiver returned to practice on Tuesday after missing the past two weeks with a hip injury, per Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News.
Ryan last week said Harvin would definitely be back for Buffalo's Week 1 opener against the Colts, but his name has been a constant presence in our injury updates over the years. He missed all of 2013 because of a hip injury while also dealing with rib and ankle issues and the occasional migraine.
The Bills have plenty of weapons on offense, but Buffalo's skill-position players must stay healthy for this quarterback-challenged team to score consistent points in 2015.
Other injuries we're monitoring on this Tuesday morning:
- Buccaneers fans can rest easy. No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston is okay after falling on his ankle in Monday night's preseason win over the Bengals. "That was a tough fall he took there," coach Lovie Smith said. "That was just a coach's decision on my part. I thought we saw enough of him. I thought he did some good things and thought that was a perfect time to take him out. But if we needed him to play, he would've gone back in the game the next series."
- The Colts have lifted Robert Mathis off the physically unable to perform list and added him to the active roster. The move comes sooner than expected after the veteran outside linebacker tore his Achilles' last September. Colts owner Jim Irsay told NFL Media's Albert Breer earlier this month that he didn't expect Mathis to return until "late September or early October." The team, though, obviously expects him to play before Week 6.