Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan said Saturday that both wide receiver Percy Harvin (hip) and running back Karlos Williams (undisclosed) will be ready for the Bills' regular-season opener Sept. 13 against the Indianapolis Colts.
Harvin has missed over a week of practice with hip soreness and received a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection last week.
"He’ll definitely be back for the opener," Ryan said. "We’re hoping that he comes back and is able to play in one of these preseason games."
Williams underwent an unspecified medical procedure to a "sensitive area," per Ryan, after being hospitalized last week.
"He looked like Fred Sanford walking into a meeting today," Ryan said Saturday. "But other than that, he’s fine. Like I said, everybody tells me that he’s going to be ready to go when we kick the thing off for real."