The Buffalo Bills have ruled out DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring), WR Jake Kumerow (ankle) and CB Christian Benford (hand) in advance of Sunday's Week 4 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
There are 7 other players listed as questionable:
- WR Gabe Davis (ankle)
- CB Dane Jackson (neck)
- TE Dawson Knox (back/hip)
- C Mitch Morse (elbow)
- OL Justin Murray (foot)
- S Jordan Poyer (foot)
- DT Ed Oliver (ankle)
For Davis, the wideout has been battling an ankle injury that kept him out of Week 2 against the Titans. Davis returned to play last weekend against Miami but aggravated it this week in practice and sat out Thursday's practice. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said on WGR550 on Friday morning that he wouldn't call the injury a setback for Davis and he is officially listed as questionable on the final injury report.
Good news for offensive lineman Ryan Bates who has cleared concussion protocol this week and was a full participant in Friday's practice.
For Jackson, he practiced in a limited fashion all week. McDermott said the team is taking it day-by-day with Jackson's return from his Week 2 injury.
Poyer, who missed last week against Miami, has been a limited participant in practice all three days this week.
The Bills made two additions this week, signing offensive lineman Justin Murray to the active roster and CB Xavier Rhodes to the practice squad. However both players are already battling injuries, Murray with a foot injury and Rhodes with a hamstring. McDermott said on radio that the chances of having Rhodes get brought up to the active roster for Sunday were not looking good.