Rest helps WR Moulds regain full form
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Bills receiver Eric Moulds considers himself back at nearly full form after putting his nagging groin injury through its most extensive test Monday.
Moulds took part in his first full practice in a month as Buffalo comes off its bye weekend to prepare for a game Sunday at Dallas.
"I'm not sure of the percentage yet, but I went through the whole practice today and it felt pretty good," said Moulds. "I made some plays, and once your confidence gets back to that level, you go out there and play the same way you normally play."
Moulds, who leads the Bills with 510 yards receiving, has been bothered by a slight groin tear, which occurred in Buffalo's 22-16 overtime win against Cincinnati on Oct. 5. He missed the following two games and saw limited action -- restricted to running short routes -- in Buffalo's 38-5 loss at Kansas City on Oct. 26.
Besides regaining his explosive first steps, Moulds said he found himself no longer worrying about aggravating the injury.
"You kind of know when you feel comfortable going out there and you don't think about it and just go out there and play," Moulds said. "That's what I did today."
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