New England vs. Buffalo Bills Injury Report

Last week the Bills defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 16-10 to improve their record to 6-5. This week Buffalo goes up against the 9-2 New England Patriots. The Bills will be without a few key players this week. Her’s their final injury report:

  • OG John Miller (ankle) didn’t practice with the team today and has been ruled out for Sunday’s game
  • WR Kelvin Benjamin (knee). Benjamin didn’t participate with the team today and has been listed as out for the game.
  • TE Charles Clay (knee). Clay was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable for the game.
  • FB Patrick DiMarco (ankle). DiMarco was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable for the game.
  • OT Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle). Glenn did not participate in today’s practice and is currently listed as out for the game.
  • OT Seantrell Henderson (illness). Henderson didn’t participate in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable for the game.
  • WR Jordan Matthews (knee). Matthews was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable.
  • OT Conor McDermott (chest). McDermott was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable for the game.
  • TE Nick O’Leary (back). o’Leary was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable.
  • RB Mike Tolbert (hamstring). Tolbert didn’t participate in today’s practice and is currently listed as out.
  • DE Eddie Yarbrough (chest). Yarbrough was a limited participant in today’s practice and is currently listed as questionable for the game.

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