Josh Reynolds, former Texas A&M Aggie, will make his return today against the Buffalo Bills after dealing with back injury he suffered during practice a few weeks ago. Jameson Williams, former Alabama star receiver, will not return today but he’s been consistently trending in the right direct for the last few weeks and looks to be on pace to come back during this season.

Reynolds was a 4th round pick in 2017’s NFL Draft and he’s been a solid piece of the Lions’ offense. So far this season, he has 26 receptions for 357 yards, despite missing the last few games.

Williams has not been able to showcase his world-class speed since tearing his ACL in the National Championship game but things are looking good for him to make his return. Per Rapoport, Williams is increasing his work load at practice and will try to practice at full speed next week.

Getting offensive weapons back like Reynolds and Williams will make an immediate impact for a Detroit offense that’s looking to continue its winning streak.