Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense24th128.4 (8th)201.8 (26th)
Defense3rd103.1 (10th)195.2 (4th)
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97Addison, Mario DE6-32609/6/198710Troy
17Allen, Josh QB6-52375/21/19963Wyoming
5Barkley, Matt QB6-22349/8/19908USC
2Bass, Tyler K5-101832/14/1997RGeorgia Southern
71Bates, Ryan T6-43022/14/19972Penn State
11Beasley, Cole WR5-81744/26/19899SMU
65Boettger, Ike G6-631310/5/19943Iowa
9Bojorquez, Corey P6-02089/13/19963New Mexico
15Brown, John WR5-111784/3/19907Pittsburg State
94Butler, Vernon DT6-43306/14/19945Louisiana Tech
13Davis, Gabriel WR6-22103/1/1999RUCF
73Dawkins, Dion T6-53204/26/19944Temple
14Diggs, Stefon WR6-019111/29/19936Maryland
49Edmunds, Tremaine MLB6-52505/2/19983Virginia Tech
57Epenesa, A.J. DE6-62809/15/1998RIowa
76Feliciano, Jon G6-43252/10/19926Miami (FL)
69Ferguson, Reid LS6-22353/24/19944LSU
70Ford, Cody G6-332912/28/19962Oklahoma
10Fromm, Jake QB6-22157/30/1998RGeorgia
86Gilliam, Reggie TE6-02448/20/1997RToledo
55Hughes, Jerry DE6-22548/13/198811TCU
23Hyde, Micah SS6-019712/31/19908Iowa
90Jefferson, Quinton DT6-42913/31/19935Maryland
24Johnson, Taron CB5-111927/27/19963Weber State
46Johnson, Jaquan SAF5-1019111/13/19952Miami (FL)
92Johnson, Darryl DE6-62534/4/19972North Carolina A&T
25Jones, Taiwan RB6-01957/26/198810Eastern Washington
54Klein, A.J. OLB6-12407/30/19918Iowa State
88Knox, Dawson TE6-425411/14/19962Ole Miss
81Kroft, Tyler TE6-625210/15/19926Rutgers
47Lewis, Cam CB5-91834/13/19971Buffalo
31Marlowe, Dean SS6-12087/25/19924James Madison
44Matakevich, Tyler ILB6-123512/22/19925Temple
19McKenzie, Isaiah WR5-81734/9/19954Georgia
58Milano, Matt OLB6-02237/28/19944Boston College
60Morse, Mitch C6-63054/21/19926Missouri
20Moss, Zack RB5-920512/15/1997RUtah
93Murphy, Trent DE6-626012/22/19907Stanford
33Neal, Siran SAF6-02068/4/19943Jacksonville State
29Norman, Josh CB6-020012/15/19879Coastal Carolina
77Nsekhe, Ty T6-833010/27/19856Texas State
91Oliver, Ed DT6-128712/12/19972Houston
43Phillips, Del'Shawn LB6-223010/9/19961Illinois
99Phillips, Harrison DT6-33071/25/19963Stanford
21Poyer, Jordan FS6-01914/25/19918Oregon State
18Roberts, Andre WR5-111951/9/198811The Citadel
26Singletary, Devin RB5-72039/3/19972Florida Atlantic
85Smith, Lee TE6-626511/21/198710Marshall
59Smith, Andre LB6-02404/20/19973North Carolina
89Sweeney, Tommy TE6-52517/1/19952Boston College
39Wallace, Levi CB6-01796/12/19953Alabama
27White, Tre'Davious CB5-111921/16/19954LSU
75Williams, Daryl T6-63308/31/19926Oklahoma
63Winters, Brian G6-43207/10/19918Kent State
22Yeldon, T.J. RB6-122310/2/19936Alabama
61Zimmer, Justin DT6-330010/23/19922Ferris State
Injured Players
53Dodson, Tyrel (IR) LB6-02376/25/19981Texas A&M
 Green, Aaron (IR) RB5-1120610/15/19921TCU
87Hodgins, Isaiah (IR) WR6-320110/21/1998ROregon State
 Scott, Niles (IR) NT6-23209/30/19953Frostburg State
Practice Squad
72Adams, Trey T6-83113/4/1997RWashington
 Becker, Nate TE6-52643/24/19961Miami (OH)
74Bryant, Brandin DT6-22899/16/19931Florida Atlantic
51Cox, Bryan DE6-32706/25/19944Florida
68Devey, Jordan G6-63201/11/19887Memphis
 Gooden, Ahmad LB6-224510/27/19951Samford
 Harrison, Jonotthan C6-43008/25/19917Florida
30Jackson, Dane CB5-1118011/29/1996RPittsburgh
 Jones, Charles TE6-42558/5/19962Tulane
87Kumerow, Jake WR6-42092/17/19923Wis.-Whitewater
40Lacey, Deon LB6-32357/18/19904West Alabama
56Love, Mike DE6-32551/22/19942South Florida
36Thomas, Josh SAF6-020511/19/1996RAppalachian State
45Wade, Christian RB5-91965/15/19911No College
7Webb, Davis QB6-52251/22/19953California
82Williams, Duke WR6-32255/13/19932Auburn
 Williams, Antonio RB5-1121510/22/1997RNorth Carolina
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Position Listing
Mike Love
Love (pectoral) is expected to be a candidate for the practice squad given the Bills' abundance of talent at defensive end, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.

The 26-year-old spent the entire 2019 campaign on injured reserve with a pectoral injury, but there's no guarantee he would have been on the 53-man roster if healthy. Love has an uphill climb ahead of him in 2020 with Jerry Hughes, Mario Addison, Trent Murphy, A.J. Epenesa and Quinton Jefferson locked in at defensive end.

Lee Smith
Smith was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, the Bills' official site reports.

It's important to note Smith has not necessarily tested positive for the virus, but because he's been deemed to have been in close contact with fellow tight end Dawson Knox -- who tested positive for COVID-19 -- Smith has been placed on the list due to league protocol. This also leaves the Bills in a bit of a pickle for Sunday's game against the Jets -- as it stands right now, Tyler Kroft is the only tight end set for action.

Nate Becker
Becker was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, the Bills' official site reports.

t's important to note Becker has not necessarily tested positive for the virus, but because he's been deemed to have been in close contact with fellow tight end Dawson Knox -- who tested positive for COVID-19 -- Becker has been placed on the list due to league protocol. With Knox already ruled out for the game and tight end Lee Smith additionally placed on the list, Becker was probably looking at a callup for Sunday's game against the Jets, but the Bills will have to make due with whatever they can piece together. Right now, Tyler Kroft is the only tight end set for action against New York.

Quinton Jefferson
Jefferson (foot) practiced fully Thursday after missing Wednesday's session.

Jefferson is a key part of Buffalo's defensive line rotation and looks he should be fine as the team tries to move to 4-0 with a victory this week in Las Vegas.

Del'Shawn Phillips
Phillips (quadriceps) returned to practice Wednesday, beginning his 21-day window to be evaluated for activation from IR.

Phillips won't count against Buffalo's 53-man roster while he resumes practicing. The 24-year-old linebacker only contributed on special teams Week 1 in his only game-action of the 2020 season thus far.

Quadriceps - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Levi Wallace
Wallace, who has been on injured reserve since hurting his ankle in a Week 4 win over the Raiders, has been designated to return to practice, the Bills' official site reports.

Wallace is now eligible to return to action in the next three weeks, but we'll see how an exact timetable sorts out as the cornerback gets some practice reps in. His pending return is good news for the Bills, who have suffered several injuries on defense recently, a few of those within Wallace's position group.

Matt Milano
Milano (pectoral) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.

The Bills are continuing to ease Milano back into action, while he played just 19 defensive snaps during Sunday's win against the Jets. The standout linebacker will work to ramp up his activity ahead of the Week 8 divisional contest against the Patriots.

Josh Norman
Norman (hamstring) is considered unlikely to suit up for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Norman missed the Bills' Week 7 win over the Jets due to a hamstring injury sustained in practice, and it now looks as though he's trending in the wrong direction to face New England. On a positive note for Buffalo, fellow cornerback Levi Wallace (ankle) has been designated to return to practice Wednesday.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Ike Boettger
Boettger was claimed by the Chiefs on Monday, Lynn Worthy of The Kansas City Star reports.

An undrafted rookie out of Iowa, Boettger spent the preseason with the Bills before being cut this past weekend. At 6-6, 313 pounds, Boettger offers good size for a guard but figures to only see special teams action for now.

Justin Zimmer
The Bills promoted Zimmer from their practice squad ahead of Monday's game against the Chiefs, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Buffalo is expected to make defensive linemen Trent Murphy and Harrison Phillips healthy inactives for the Week 6 contest, so Zimmer and Bryan Cox were summoned on short notice to provide extra depth along the defensive front. Zimmer previously suited up for the Bills in the season-opening win over the Jets, logging four tackles across 16 defensive snaps.

Cam Lewis
Lewis (wrist) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Jets.

Lewis was limited in practice throughout the week, so the fact that he's officially playing is a positive sign for the Bills' secondary. With Josh Norman (hamstring) sitting out Week 7, Lewis could be in line for a slight uptick in snaps on defense and on special teams Sunday.

Wrist - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 12
Ahmad Gooden
The Jets waived Gooden (illness) on Saturday, per the NFL's official transaction report.

After activating Gooden from the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team immediately placed him on waivers. This is slightly surprising because the Jets don't have intriguing depth at linebacker. The 24-year-old has nearly a month to find a new team before Week 1.

Jordan Devey
Devey (pectoral) could earn one of the Raiders' top depth roles in training camp, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Prior to suffering a season-ending pectoral injury in 2019, Devey started four games for Las Vegas. With Richie Incognito now locked in at left guard, he'll likely play a depth role in 2020.

Taron Johnson
Johnson recorded eight tackles during Monday's loss to the Chiefs, tied for second most on the team.

Johnson sure does pick up a lot of tackles for a third cornerback, as he's second on the team with 42 stops on the season. As we know, however, IDP numbers don't always equate with strong play and sometimes means your guy is simply allowing too many passes to be caught. In Johnson's case, he didn't even start Monday's game after temporarily losing his No. 3 spot, but he ended up seeing 86 percent of the defensive snaps after his replacement, Cam Lewis, got hurt early in the contest.

Deon Lacey
Lacey was waived by the Bills on Tuesday, Maddy Glab of the team's official site reports.

The 30-year-old joined the active roster Oct. 12 an exclusively played special teams over the past two games. Lacey could join the team's practice squad if he goes unclaimed on waivers.

Taiwan Jones
Jones (knee) practiced fully Thursday after working on a limited basis Wednesday.

Jones should be good to go for Sunday's opener against the Jets, where he'll serve as one of the Bills' better options on special teams.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Tyler Matakevich
The Bills have signed Matakevich to a two-year deal worth up to $7.15 million, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.

Plain and simple, this is a depth signing, but the Bills are on the lookout for high-motor guys with special teams skills and Matakevich fits that bill. He's averaged more than 300 special-teams snaps per season since joining the Steelers as a seventh-rounder out of Temple in 2016 while finishing in the top 10 in special-teams tackles three times. Matakevich hardly ever saw snaps on defense with Pittsburgh, but he's probably got enough ability to serve as the primary backup to one of Buffalo's starting linebackers.

Josh Allen
Allen completed 30 of 43 passes for 307 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets. He added 11 carries for 61 yards and lost a fumble.

Allen found sledding surprisingly tough against the winless Jets, failing to find the end zone after tossing multiple touchdowns in each of his first six games. He lost a costly fumble on 3rd-and-goal down 3-0 in the second quarter, but Allen had no problem moving the ball into field-goal range throughout the contest, as kicker Tyler Bass converted six field goals and missed another two. Allen also led the Bills in both carries and rushing yards, setting a new season high in the latter category. He'll hope to get injured No. 2 receiver John Brown (knee) back when the Patriots come to town in Week 8.

Dane Jackson
Jackson was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports.

The rookie seventh-rounder can now join his new teammates and will try to win a job as a reserve cornerback in his first NFL season. Cornerback E.J. Gaines has already opted out for 2020, while star corner Tre'Davious White is considering it as of Thursday morning. Jackson may end up being more needed than the usual seventh-rounder, though there's little chance he'd ever start this early in his career.

Duke Williams
Williams was reverted to Buffalo's practice squad Monday.

The 27-year-old was called up for the Bills' Week 7 road trip to MetLife Stadium, but he's been sent back down to the practice squad after fielding just four offensive snaps in an 18-10 win against the Jets. John Brown (knee) was inactive for the game, allowing Williams the chance to suit up, but Josh Allen leaned on his most trusted weapons Cole Beasley and Stefon Diggs in what was a closely-contested affair.

A.J. Klein
Klein had just one tackle and no other stats in Tuesday's loss to the Titans.

One would think Klein would be the beneficiary of extra playing time with fellow starter Matt Milano (pectoral) being out, but that hasn't been the case and Klein is spending a much higher percentage of time on special teams than in the regular defense. That's a bit of a surprise, considering Klein started off the season strong with five tackles in each of the first two games and has familiarity with Sean McDermott's defensive schemes. Klein only played 19 defensive snaps in Tuesday's loss and just eight the week prior against the Raiders, so it looks like he can be safely avoided in deep IDP formats. Plus, there's a good chance Milano returns as early as this week against the Chiefs.

Davis Webb
Webb was waived by the Bills on Saturday, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.

It seems likely Webb will wind up on the Bills' practice squad in the near future, although it's a frustrating conclusion to an offseason in which the 2017 third-round pick hoped to compete for the backup job. Matt Barkley and Jake Fromm both made it onto the 53-man roster, so even were starter Josh Allen to go down with an injury, don't expect Webb to make a significant jump up the depth chart.

Brandin Bryant
The Dolphins activated Bryant (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday.

Bryant spent just one day on the COVID list before being cleared to return to team activities. The 26-year-old defensive end has played just four NFL games over four NFL seasons, so he's a fringe roster player heading into the 2020 campaign.

Jerry Hughes
Hughes sat out practice Wednesday due to a foot injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Hughes completed a huge game in Sunday's win over the Jets and earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts, so perhaps coach Sean McDermott is just taking it easy on his veteran. We'll find out more when the team hits the practice field again Thursday.

Mitch Morse
Morse (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's injury report.

Despite exiting last weekend's game against New England with an ankle injury, Morse's full participation estimate (the Bills didn't hold a practice on the holiday) suggests he'll be good to go for Sunday's season finale against the Jets.

Concussion - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Jonotthan Harrison
The Jets released Harrison on Friday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

Harrison started 10 games for the Jets in 2019, and it's especially odd that the Jets are cutting him with so many injuries at guard. However, the team will save $2.25 million against the salary cap, and they may try to bring him back at a lower salary after Saturday's final cuts.

T.J. Yeldon
Yeldon is inactive for Sunday's game at the Jets.

Yeldon had a big Week 5 in a blowout loss to the Titans with 74 scrimmage yards and a receiving touchdown, but the team is committed to backup Zack Moss as the now healthy backup to Devin Singletary, while the third active spot always goes to special teams stud Taiwon Jones.

Stefon Diggs
Diggs caught six of 11 targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets.

Diggs finished just one target behind Cole Beasley's team-leading total, but the slot receiver comfortably outproduced Diggs, with team highs in catches (11) and receiving yards (112). With at least six catches in all but one of his seven games with the Bills, Diggs should remain an integral part of Buffalo's offense in Week 8 against the Patriots.

Tyler Bass
Bass made six of eight field-goal attempts in Buffalo's 18-10 win over the Jets on Sunday.

The misses were not pretty and could have led to an embarrassing defeat for the Bills in what was a surprisingly close game most of the afternoon. However, the rookie sixth-rounder pushed through and ended up making kicks of 53, 48, 46, 37, 29 and 40 yards. In the process, Bass tied the NFL record for field-goal attempts in a game and became the first rookie to have eight attempts in an outing.

Isaiah Hodgins
Hodgins may need shoulder surgery, but the Bills hope that rest will be enough for him to return this season, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.

Hodgins was placed on injured reserve Sunday and is required to miss at least three games as a result, and the team is hoping he'll be recovered enough to return by then. At some point, however, he'll likely need surgery. The rookie sixth-round pick is eligible to return in Week 4 versus the Jets.

Shoulder - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Dean Marlowe
Marlowe has re-signed with the Bills on a one-year deal.

The Bills are set at safety with Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde, but Marlowe knows the defense well enough to serve as a dependable backup and has proven to be a decent special teams player. His re-signing does leave the Bills' interest in veteran Kurt Coleman (now a free agent) in question, however.

Charles Jones
The Bills signed Jones to the practice squad Wednesday.

Buffalo currently only rosters one available tight end, Tyler Kroft, with all of Dawson Knox, Lee Smith and Tommy Sweeney having been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The Tulane product appeared in four games with Jacksonville as a rookie in 2019, and he now appears fully recovered from his quadriceps and foot injuries. It's possible that Jones could see reserve action for the Bills during Sunday's game against the Patriots, considering the team's immediate need at the position.

Micah Hyde
Hyde did not practice Wednesday, as he's in the concussion protocol following a collision late in Sunday's game against the Jets, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

The Bills' secondary is a banged-up group heading into an important Week 8 meeting with the Patriots, so we'll see if the key starting safety can get through the protocol and be cleared for Sunday's contest.

Concussion - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Mario Addison
Addison (knee) is active for Sunday's Week 4 tilt against the Raiders.

The veteran defensive end finished the week with a missed Friday practice, so he appeared to be a true 50/50 proposition coming into the weekend. However, Addison will apparently be available in his usual role as a rotational defensive end behind Jerry Hughes as the Bills look to slow down a short-handed Raiders offense.

Christian Wade
The Bills signed Wade (quadriceps) to the practice squad Sunday.

Wade also spent last season on Buffalo's practice squad as an exempt international player. After he failed to make it through roster cuts Saturday, it was expected that Wade would be given another shot to stick around and continue his development.

Zack Moss
Moss rushed seven times for 47 yards and caught all three of his targets for another 25 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets.

Buffalo didn't have a carry by a running back until more than halfway through the second quarter, and that lack of variety allowed New York to focus on stopping the pass en route to a 10-0 lead. It was all Bills from there, but quarterback Josh Allen still ended up leading the team in both rushing attempts (11) and rushing yards (61). On the bright side for Moss, he was far more effective than Devin Singletary, who rushed eight times for 29 yards and caught just two of five targets for 18 yards. It will be tough to rely on Moss from a fantasy standpoint against the Patriots in Week 8 given his limited share of Buffalo's backfield touches, but the rookie third-round pick out of Utah has the potential to grow his role at Singletary's expense moving forward if Singletary's struggles persist.

Jaquan Johnson
Johnson led the Bills in tackles during Thursday's win over the Colts, posting nine total stops, including eight solo and one tackle for a loss.

The Bills selected Johnson in the sixth round in April, so he faces a bit of a challenge to make the final roster. The top three safety spots appear set between starters Jordan Poyer and Michael Hyde and veteran Kurt Coleman, so it'll be between Johnson, Dean Marlowe and Abraham Wallace for one or two spots to round out the position. Thursday's outing certainly helps Johnson's cause.

A.J. Epenesa
Epenesa has been made a game-day inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets.

This is a bit of a shocker considering the rookie out of Iowa was a second-rounder in April and was the team's top pick. But hey, this was a strange offseason and players received no preseason game experience, so the Bills will start the season with a more veteran look at defensive end, an area where they have plenty of depth.

Jake Fromm
Fromm (coach's decision) is inactive for Tuesday's game versus the Titans.

As the third quarterback, Fromm hasn't suited up for a game yet this season, as he's been a healthy scratch instead. Matt Barkley will continue to back up Josh Allen.

Antonio Williams
The Bills hosted Williams for a visit Tuesday, Albert Breer of reports.

The Bills cut Williams from the practice squad Saturday but appear to be interested in bringing him back. If he does indeed sign with the Bills' practice squad again, he's not expected to be elevated unless injuries surface on the active roster.

Cody Ford
Ford continues to sit out practice due to a knee injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Ford missed Week 7 after suffering the injury during a Monday night game in Week 6, and he continues to be a "week-to-week" proposition as described by coach Sean McDermott. On a brighter note, the Bills appear as if they'll be getting fellow starter Jon Feliciano (chest) back sooner than Ford.

Knee - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Cole Beasley
Beasley caught 11 of 12 targets for 112 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets.

Beasley paced the Bills in targets, catches and receiving yards with Stefon Diggs (six catches for 48 yards) held in check and John Brown (knee) sitting out. The 5-foot-8 slot receiver hadn't previously been targeted more than seven times in a game this season, so Beasley will be hard-pressed to match this output against the Patriots in Week 8.

Ed Oliver
Oliver (knee) does not have an injury designation for Sunday's contest in Las Vegas.

Oliver managed to log a 'DNP/LP/FP' practice slate while dealing with a knee bruise this week, and it looks like he should be able to handle his usual starting role at defensive tackle. The 2019 first-round pick has generally floated between 50 and 70 percent of defensive snaps this season, so Quinton Jefferson and Harrison Phillips would likely see expanded roles if Oliver were to be restricted in any way.

Matt Barkley
Barkley will have a new teammate in the quarterback group after the Bills added Georgia's Jake Fromm in the fifth round of the draft this weekend.

Fromm comes with a higher pedigree than the usual fifth-rounder following a tremendous career at Georgia, and while he's seen as a smart guy and excellent reader of defenses, it may also be difficult for the youngster to even approach Barkley's familiarity with the Buffalo offense in what could be a shortened offseason due to COVID-19. More likely, Fromm will have to prove he's a better candidate than Davis Webb and hope the Bills keep three quarterbacks on the active roster instead of two. Still, Fromm is a promising enough guy that he adds a question mark to Barkley's long-term status with the team.

Jake Kumerow
Kumerow has signed with Buffalo's practice squad, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Kumerow was let go by the Packers over the weekend. Aaron Rodgers always seemed to like him in limited use, so that was also good enough for the Buffalo brass. The Bills run pretty deep at receiver, but if one of the regulars gets hurt it would likely be Kumerow, Duke Williams or rookie Isaiah Hodgins that becomes the next man up.

Darryl Johnson
No Updates
Niles Scott
The Bills cut Scott (undisclosed) with an injury settlement Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Scott will now be free to look for a depth role with another club when healthy. He hasn't seen any game-action since notching four tackles across six contests with the Bengals in 2018.

Undisclosed - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Ryan Bates
Bates was traded to the Bills from the Eagles in exchange for Eli Harold on Friday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Bates signed with the Eagles as an undrafted-free agent out of Penn State this offseason. He joins a Bills team that is facing a rash of injuries to the offensive line and needs some extra bodies during the preseason. Bates will likely compete for a depth role along the offensive line and he could contribute on special teams as well.

Trent Murphy
Murphy (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's game versus the Chiefs, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

As expected, Murphy will serve as a healthy scratch for Monday's AFC showdown. The Bills are looking for a spark after a tough loss to the Titans in Week 5, and perhaps this will help the team get right. Mario Addison is likely to start in Murphy's place, and Quinton Jefferson likely will rotate in as he typically does.

Tremaine Edmunds
Edmunds had 12 tackles (eight solo) during Monday's 26-17 loss to the Chiefs.

The 22-year-old had only eight tackles over his first two games of the season, but he's combined for 33 tackles over the past three contests. Edmunds posted 121 tackles and 115 tackles in his first two seasons and is on pace for a similar total in 2020.

Jordan Poyer
Poyer posted six tackles (four solo), a sack and a pass breakup in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets.

The veteran safety is already up to two sacks on the season, a career-high, and he's piled up 58 stops (42 solo) through seven games, putting him on pace for a whopping 138 stops (96 solo). That would be quite the achievement for the 29-year-old, and his every-snap workload puts him in a good position to accomplish the feat.

Ty Nsekhe
Nsekhe (ankle) will suit up for Saturday's playoff game against the Texans.

The swing tackle will continue to operate along the right side with rookie Cody Ford, although the 34-year-old did miss five games earlier this year with a similar ankle injury, so it's possible the team could be cautious with the tackle.

Gabriel Davis
Davis caught just one of three targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win at the Jets.

Davis certainly had an opportunity for a big game, as he saw 95 percent of the offensive snaps on a day where John Brown was out with a knee injury and Josh Allen threw for 307 yards. But the passing game ended up going through Cole Beasley, as the Jets were content to give up the underneath stuff, allowing Davis' teammate to end up with 11 catches for 112 yards. Davis is a nice long-term play, but like anyone not named Stefon Diggs, he remains a hit-or-miss option in this offense.

Tre'Davious White
White (back) is active for Sunday's game at the Jets.

We're going to guess the star corner isn't 100 percent given his game-time status all after missing one game and plenty of practice time lately. Still, White is as good as they come, so even while playing through the back issue his presence is still a boost to Buffalo's struggling defense.

Harrison Phillips
Phillips (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's game versus the Chiefs, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Phillips and Trent Murphy will both serve as healthy scratches for Monday's conference clash. The Bills' coaching staff hopes this will turn things in the right direction following a disappointing Week 5 loss to the Titans. Quinton Jefferson is expected to be the main beneficiary of Phillips' absence, and Justin Zimmer should rotate in, too.

Andre Smith
Smith was promoted to the Bills' active roster from the practice squad Tuesday, Maddy Glab of the team's official site reports.

The 23-year-old has been on Buffalo's practice squad all season, and he exclusively played special teams in the two games he was elevated to the active roster as an extra player. Smith figures to have a similar role now that he potentially has a longer-term place on the team.

Bryan Cox
The Bills promoted Cox from their practice squad ahead of Monday's game against the Chiefs, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Buffalo is expected to make defensive linemen Trent Murphy and Harrison Phillips healthy inactives for the Week 6 contest, so Cox and Justin Zimmer were summoned on short notice to provide extra depth along the defensive front. Cox made six appearances with Carolina in 2019, notching 12 tackles and a half sack.

Tyrel Dodson
Dodson (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, the Bills' official site reports.

Dodson has been receiving plenty of action lately with injuries hitting starters Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano, but with Edmunds playing again and Milano about to, Dodson's playing time was about to go down even without the injury. He'll now be forced out of action for at least a few weeks.

Hamstring - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 10
Trey Adams
No Updates
Tommy Sweeney
Sweeney (foot) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, the Bills' official site reports.

Sweeney was already on the PUP list due to a foot injury -- he hasn't seen action all season -- but because he's been deemed to have been in close contact with fellow tight end Dawson Knox -- who tested positive for COVID-19 -- Sweeney has been placed on the list due to league protocol, even though he doesn't necessarily have the virus himself.

Illness - Reserve - COVID-19
Dion Dawkins
Dawkins (shoulder) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Raiders.

The 26-year-old sustained the injury during last Sunday's win over the Rams and began the week not practicing, but he progressed to full practice participation Friday to avoid the questionable tag. Dawkins should post up in his usual spot at left tackle versus Las Vegas.

Daryl Williams
Buffalo has signed Williams to a one-year contract as a free agent, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Williams profiles as a logical signing for the Bills for two reasons: 1) He can play tackle or guard, and the team was looking for that kind of versatility, as it is already set for the five starters. 2) He's yet another former Panther with ties to Bills GM Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott, both of whom started their careers with the Carolina franchise. Expect Williams to provide valuable depth as the Bills continue to beef up their offense around Josh Allen, with the ability to start in a pinch if injuries hit hard.

Reggie Gilliam
Gilliam could be forced into action on offense Sunday against the Jets with three others in the tight end room being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday.

Tight end Dawson Knox tested positive for the virus while three others members of the tight end corps were deemed to be in close proximity to him at some point. Tyler Kroft was not part of that group because, in a nice twist of fate, he took a personal day to be with his newborn baby. Gilliam, who shifted from fullback to tight end earlier this season, was spared as well, as perhaps he was spending time mostly in special teams meetings. While he only has seen 13 offensive snaps this season, that could change out of necessity in Week 7. We don't think that makes Gilliam a fantasy factor on almost any level, but don't be surprised either if he shows up in a key play or two. The rookie scored a touchdown in Week 2.

Devin Singletary
Singletary rushed eight times for 29 yards and caught two of five targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 18-10 win over the Jets.

Singletary had eight carries and five targets to Zack Moss' seven carries and three targets, but the latter finished with a 72-47 edge in scrimmage yards. Considering both running backs already cede a large chunk of Buffalo's rushing workload to quarterback Josh Allen -- who led the team with 11 carries for 61 yards in this one -- Singletary can ill afford to be outplayed by Moss. The second-year back out of FAU will look to bounce back in Week 8 against the Patriots.

Josh Thomas
No Updates
John Brown
Brown (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Brown missed Sunday's win over the Jets due to a knee injury, the same issue which had previously forced him to sit out Week 5. The veteran wideout attempted to play through the injury Week 6, but he clearly looked hurt and was held without a catch. Full participation in Wednesday's practice seems to indicate that Brown is now completely healthy and on track for Week 8's divisional contest against the Patriots, barring any setbacks.

Reid Ferguson
No Updates
Dawson Knox
Knox (calf) was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday after testing positive, the Bills' official site reports.

Knox was already going to miss Sunday's game against the Jets due to his calf injury, but the bigger issue is that the team's tight end room is almost completely depleted, as fellow tight ends Lee Smith, Tommy Sweeney (currently on PUP list), and practice squad player Nate Becker have been defined to have been in close contact with Knox and have also been placed on the and were also placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and cannot take his place in Sunday's game.

Illness - Reserve - COVID-19
Andre Roberts
Roberts (ankle) is active for Tuesday's game versus the Titans.

Roberts was limited during Saturday's session and has proven he's healthy enough to play in the rare Tuesday outing. The veteran receiver could enjoy some extra reps on offense with John Brown (knee) sitting out, but he'll mainly work as a kick and punt returner.

Siran Neal
Neal was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports.

Neal just went on the list last Thursday at the opening of camp, so he quickly cleared all the NFL's COVID-19-related protocols. He'll now begin trying to land a spot with the Bills as a reserve defensive back, and it's worth noting there's one less person in front of him after E.J. Gaines opted out of the season earlier this week.

Brian Winters
Winters (knee) is active for Tuesday's game versus the Titans.

With Quinton Spain (foot) sitting out, Winters could start Tuesday's game at left guard in Spain's place. Otherwise, he'll simply serve as depth on the offensive line.

Tyler Kroft
Kroft caught all four of his targets for 64 yards in Sunday's win at the Jets.

Kroft was thrust into a bigger-than-usual role when a COVID-19 issue swept through the Bills tight end room late last week -- the only reason he wasn't caught up in the virus scare was because he took a personal day to be with his newborn child. The new papa saw a season-high snap share of 78 percent and tied his season high in catches. While that's all a nice story, Kroft will revert back to his No. 2 role once starter Dawson Knox (calf) gets back at it.

Jon Feliciano
Feliciano, who has yet to play this season due to chest surgery, was activated from injured reserve Tuesday.

We'll see how Feliciano practices this week before we size up what's about to be a very important game against the Patriots. It's a good time for the starting lineman to get back in the lineup, as the rest of the line has started to have some injury issues and spotty play, plus the Bulls released starter Quinton Spain last week.

Corey Bojorquez
Bojorquez will enter training camp as the team's punter, but he will face competition, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports.

Special teams coordinator Heath Farwell said Friday that it's Bojorquez's job to lose and that he needs to be more consistent. The Bills signed kicker and punter Kaare Vedvik this offseason and he will be Bojorquez's main competition come training camp. Bojorquez ranked 30th in gross and net punt average among qualified punters in 2019.

Vernon Butler
Butler was listed as limited for Wednesday's practice session due to a groin injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Coach Sean McDermott tends to go easier on his veterans in the first practice session of the week, so this isn't too much to be alarmed about yet. That said, the Buffalo defense has been getting run over for several weeks now by opposing running backs, so Butler's presence is somewhat important toward Buffalo's chances of beating the Patriots in Week 8.

Groin - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Seattle
Isaiah McKenzie
McKenzie (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.

McKenzie appears to have picked up an ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Jets, in which he caught both his targets for 14 yards and lost 11 yards on his only carry. There's not yet any reason to be overly concerned about the depth wideout's Week 8 status.

Aaron Green
Green (undisclosed) agreed to an injury settlement and was waived from the Bills' injured reserve list Tuesday.

It still isn't clear what sort of injury Green is dealing with. In any case, he'll now become a free agent, assuming he passes through waivers unclaimed.