Sean McDermott Rules Out Three Bills Player Against Baltimore
The Buffalo Bills will play the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday for their week 4 matchup.
The game matches up two teams who have been playing extremely well on offense and can pass the ball all over the field.
However, the Bills are still dealing with a significant number of injuries, as 15 players were listed on the official injury report this week.
We know that cornerback Tre'Davious White will miss Sunday's game, as he is not eligible to return from the PUP list until Monday, and even then will likely miss one or two more games since he will need to return to practice first.
Safety Micah Hyde is out for the season with a neck injury, as is tackle Tommy Doyle with a torn ACL.
On Friday morning, three more players were ruled out for Sunday's game in Baltimore.
Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced on WGR radio in Buffalo that cornerback Christian Benford, wide receiver Jake Kumerow and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips are out for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
The jury is still out on whether Jordan Poyer, Dawson Knox, Mitch Morse, Ed Oliver, Ryan Bates, Dane Jackson or Gabe Davis will be able to play on Sunday.
Davis missed Thursday's practice will an ankle injury he suffered in practice before the Tennessee Titans game. Davis missed the Titans game but returned against the Miami Dolphins. We'll have to see if he participates in today's practice.
If Dane Jackson cannot go, that would mean rookie Kaiir Elam would play outside cornerback with the other likely being recent free agent signee Xavier Rhodes, unless the Bills coaching staff decide on Ja'Marcus Ingram. Taron Johnson will be the nickel corner.