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Buffalo Bills OL John Miller and Seantrel Henderson may both return on Sunday.

The Buffalo Bills offensive line may be getting both of their missing starters back on Sunday.

On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills could have two starting offensive linemen back in the lineup. Right guard John Miller and right tackle Seantrel Henderson both have a chance to return to the lineup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Miller has been out with an ankle sprain that he suffered in Week 11 on Monday Night Football. After missing the last two games, Miller told BuffaloBills.com that he hopes to return to the lineup on Sunday. 

“I’m feeling pretty good," Miller said. "Just staying in the treatment room, working out, getting treatment, staying after to make sure I keep my mobility and flexibility on it. I’m feeling pretty good now.”

Miller was limited at practice on Wednesday.

Henderson isn't dealing with any injuries but he missed last week's game against the Texans due to an illness. Today, Henderson was a full participant and seems on track to start on Sunday.

Although Kraig Urbik and Jordan Mills did a respectable job of keeping J.J. Watt away from Tyrod Taylor last Sunday, the Bills will be happy to have their starting linemen back against the Eagles. 


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