The Bills will have some reinforcements available in their secondary on Sunday.
The team activated cornerback Levi Wallace from injured reserve. Wallace suffered an ankle injury in the Raiders game in Week 4 and has missed the previous three games. The third-year corner has 22 tackles and one interception this season.
The Bills also elevated rookie cornerback Dane Jackson from the practice squad for Sunday's game. Jackson made his NFL debut last week and produced an interception, two passes defensed and two pass breakups.
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The Bills will also elevate defensive tackle Brandin Bryant and safety Josh Thomas. Bryant, a product of Florida Atlantic, is in his first season with the Bills. Thomas joined the Bills an undrafted free agent from Appalachian State. He is a native of Montgomery, AL.
The Bills placed cornerback Cam Lewis on injured reserve. He was listed on the injury report with a wrist injury. Tight end Charles Jones was released from the practice squad.