9 Bills players won't practice on Wednesday 

Tremaine Edmunds (49). Buffalo Bills vs Baltimore Ravens, Week 4, October 2, 2022 at M&T Bank Stadium.

Ahead of Wednesday's practice going into Week 5, Bills head coach Sean McDermott said the following players will not practice today:

  • CB Christian Benford (hand)
  • WR Jake Kumerow (ankle)
  • WR Jamison Crowder (ankle)
  • S Jordan Poyer (ribs)
  • LB Tremaine Edmunds (hamstring)
  • TE Dawson Knox (TBD)
  • LB Von Miller (vet rest)
  • DT DaQuan Jones (vet rest)
  • OT Roger Saffold (vet rest)

Edmunds is a new addition to the injury list this week after recording nine tackles against the Ravens. Poyer was limited during practices last week with a foot injury but played in Week 4 and had two INTs. McDermott said this week Poyer is dealing with "sore ribs" following the Baltimore game. Knox had been dealing with a back/rip injury last week but McDermott did not specify if that is the exact injury affecting the tight end this week.

Miller, Jones and Saffold are off for a veteran rest day, according to McDermott.

On the plus side, DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring), DT Ed Oliver (ankle) and WR Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) are all expected to be a limited participant on Wednesday. This is especially good news for Phillips who hasn't played or practiced since Week 2.

Wednesday post-practice update: Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) was downgraded to a non-participant in practice, making for 10 DNP players.

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