Bills place Matt Milano on injured reserve; activate LB Del'Shawn Phillips

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This is a 2020 photo of Del'Shawn Phillips of the Buffalo Bills NFL football team. This image reflects the Buffalo Bills active roster as of August 1, 2020 when this image was taken. (AP Photo)

The Bills announced a number of roster moves on Saturday.

Linebacker Matt Milano has been placed on injured reserve. He has been dealing with an injury to his pec since the Raiders game in Week 4. Linebacker Del'Shawn Phillips has been activated from the injured reserve list. Phillips, 23, made his NFL debut in Buffalo's Week 1 victory of the Jets. He suffered a quad injury and has not seen action since Week 1. Phillips is a native of Detroit and played his college football at Illinois.

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Rookie cornerback Dane Jackson will be elevated from the practice squad for his third consecutive game. He has three tackles and one interception on the season.

Wide receiver Jake Kumerow (pronounced KOO-mer-o) will be elevated from the practice squad for the first time in 2020. Kumerow, 28, joined the Bills practice in September after spending the previous three seasons with the Green Bay Packers. He has played in 19 career games and has 12 catches for 219 yards and one touchdown. Kumerow is a native of Bartlett, IL and played his college football at Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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