Bills injury update: Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano return; Cole Beasley, Ed Oliver, Zack Moss didn’t practice Wednesday Updated Sep 23, 2020; Posted Sep 23, 2020 Rams tight end Tyler Higbee caught five passes for 54 yards last week against the Philadelphia Eagles for three touchdowns. All five Bills players didn’t participate in practice on Wednesday. Matt Milano won’t play in Buffalo Bills - Tennessee Titans game, Takeaways: Individual performances help Bills in an ugly win over the Jets, The Bills had some guys step up on Sunday, AFC Playoff Picture: Buffalo Bills in prime position after Week 7. He did not return to the game. All rights reserved (About Us). Our data provider is having technical issues, live scoring and stats are impacted. When (if) the Buffalo Bills play the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday night, linebacker Matt Milano will be sidelined. Receiver/returner Andre Roberts (ankle) was a limited participant on Saturday. Milano was a full participant in practice after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday. Subscribe to Offensive lineman Cody Ford went down with a leg injury. Here's a look at the injury report heading into the Jets game. In addition to Milano’s injury, seven players ended up with a Questionable designation. This site is neither endorsed, nor sponsored by, nor affiliated with the Buffalo Bills or NFL Properties LLC. Bills starting linebacker Matt Milano is in a "week-to-week situation" with a left pectoral injury, coach Sean McDermott told reporters Monday. McDermott also considered them week-to-week. Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. In typical McDermott fashion, he gave very little detail, calling Ford’s status “week-to-week.” Usually that means a guy will miss at least a game in McDermott language. What was listed as a calf injury earlier now is a knee ailment. Subscribe to Two players who missed last week, running back Zack Moss (toe) and linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips (quad) practiced in full. Offensive lineman Cody Ford went down with a leg injury. Stock up, stock down following the Bills' win over the Jets, PODCAST: Bills survive Jets; look to continue against Patriots, 'Find a way': Sean McDermott's post-Jets locker room speech, The answer to the one question everyone has about Bills K Tyler Bass, Bills K Tyler Bass: 'It's about what you do after a miss', Bills Wire's Week 7 Player of the Game: K Tyler Bass, Instant analysis: Bills win but leave something to be desired, 5 takeaways from the Bills' 18-10 win over the Jets, Duke Williams, Dane Jackson among 4 called up from Bills practice squad, Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. Buffalo Bills linebacker Matt Milano made his presence felt in the first half against the New York Jets. Two key players were listed for injury this week, but finished up in a good place. Welcome to Bills Wire's European Union Experience. The Bills have four players listed on the final injury report of the week. We are working with them to enable your sports experiences again as quickly as possible. Moss and Johnson were out too but only worked off to the side on the bike and with the strength and conditioning coaches. Josh Allen (shoulder) was a full participant all week, and will play. He looked comfortable and like he was moving well on Thursday during the individual portion of practice. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement, and Your California Privacy Rights (each updated 1/1/20). He picked off quarterback Sam Darnold in impressive fashion. The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. The Buffalo Bills suffered at least one key injury against the Kansas City Chiefs in their 26-17 Week 7 loss. Milano, who is dealing with a pec injury, was limited on two of the three practice days last week. The Bills are sitting pretty in the AFC East. Share this story. Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Matt Milano (58) intercepts a pass intended for New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (82) during the second … However, Spain’s injured and did miss Buffalo’s loss to the Chiefs with a foot injury. Ford appeared to grab his knee area when injured. Orchard Park, N.Y. — After missing last week’s game against the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills linebackers Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano seem to be trending in the right direction. (General manager) Brandon (Beane) and I have to revisit that this afternoon,” McDermott said. Receivers Cole Beasley (hip/thumb) and John Brown (foot) both popped up on the injury report this week, but both said they’re expecting to play on Sunday. Finally, wide receiver John Brown is not fully health even though he play in all but one of Buffalo’s snaps on offense in Week 6. © 2020 The Buffalo Bills. The Buffalo Bills suffered at least one key injury against the Kansas City Chiefs in their 26-17 Week 7 loss. But there’s one moment the defender is planning to leave in his past and it’s the last time you saw him. Ford appeared to grab his knee area when injured. But adding to the “can’t give them a thing” mayhem, McDermott actually once did reference he’s not trying to give Buffalo’s upcoming opponent too much intel on player health… even if that opponent is the New York Jets. Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano and Taron Johnson listed as questionable. Both Feliciano and Milano are recovering from pectoral injuries. The Bills have two players listed on Thursday's injury report - the final report of the week. Cornerback Tre'Davious White (back) did not participate, but he is listed as questionable for Tuesday. If neither Ford or Spain can play in Week 8, Ike Boettger would step in, as he did against KC.

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