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Bills rule out DT Ed Oliver; three other players carry injury tags for home opener vs. Titans

Gabe Davis (13). Buffalo Bills Week 2 practice, September 14, 2022 at One Bills Drive.

The Bills had their final practice of the week on Saturday as the prepare for Monday night's home opener against the Tennessee Titans and have ruled out DT Ed Oliver with an ankle injury.

Oliver sustained the injury in the season opener against the Rams and did not practice all week.

WR Gabe Davis popped up on the injury report Saturday with an ankle injury and was a limited participant in practice. He is listed as questionable for Monday's game.

CB Dane Jackson is listed as questionable (knee) but he returned to practice on Saturday and was a full participant. Jackson did not participate in Thursday's practice or Friday's walk-through but was seen on the field during the early portion of Saturday's practice at Highmark Stadium.

Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Jackson got banged up during a competitive portion of practice earlier in the week but progressed enough to be able to return on Saturday.

DT Tim Settle (calf) was a limited participant on Saturday after not practicing on Thursday or Friday. He is listed as doubtful for Week 2.

OT Tommy Doyle (foot) and TE Quintin Morris (hamstring) were full participants on Saturday. Both players did not play in the season opener against the Rams but have practiced three consecutive days this week heading into Week 2.

WR Stefon Diggs was a limited participant as he received a veteran rest day.

The Bills held their final practice of the week in Highmark Stadium in advance of the home opener on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans.