After a two-game absence it appears that Chris Ivory remains a question mark for Sunday's season finale against Miami.
Ivory, who sat out the last two weeks with a shoulder injury that was aggravated in a Week 14 game against the Jets, was a full-time participant in practice this week, but his injury is one that coach McDermott stated may not be fully healed until the offseason.
That could keep him out of Sunday's game knowing there are no playoff implications at work.
Coach McDermott has made no secret of the fact that the Bills do want to get extended looks at young players like undrafted rookie RB Keith Ford.
Ford has logged 21 carries over the last two games for Buffalo, with both LeSean McCoy and Ivory slowed by injuries.
Meanwhile, Bills WR Deonte Thompson is out thanks to a toe injury that kept him out of practice all week.
LB Julian Stanford – ankle
WR Deonte Thompson – toe
QUESTIONABLE CB Ryan Lewis – concussion
RB Chris Ivory - shoulder
The Dolphins could be shorthanded on the defensive side of the ball on Sunday. Pro Bowl CB Xavien Howard, LB Kiko Alonso, DE Andre Branch and S T.J. McDonald are all question marks for the season finale.
DOUBTFUL S T.J. McDonald – ankle
QUESTIONABLE LB Kiko Alonso – knee/hamstring
DE Andre Branch – knee
DT Ziggy Hood – hamstring
CB Xavien Howard - knee
Photos of the Buffalo Bills preparing for their 2018 season finale against the Miami Dolphins.