The Buffalo Bills have officially ruled out safety Micah Hyde, defensive tackles Ed Oliver and Jordan Phillips, as well as cornerback Dane Jackson for Sunday's game at the Miami Dolphins. All four players did not participate in Friday's practice.
Jackson was involved in a scary collision in Monday's game against the Titans and was taken to the hospital with a neck injury. Jackson was released from the hospital on Tuesday morning after it was determined Jackson avoided a major injury. He has been inside the Bills facility this week but has been unable to practice.
Hyde left Monday's game with a neck injury and has been unable to practice on both Wednesday and Thursday this week. Phillips also left Monday's game with a hamstring injury and hasn't practiced all week.
Oliver logged limited practices all week but will not suit up for his second consecutive game after also sitting out Week 2 vs. Tennessee.
Here are the rest of the players on the team that are listed on the injury report.
- WR Gabe Davis (ankle) is questionable
- DT Tim Settle (calf) is questionable
- TE Dawson Knox (foot) is questionable
- C Mitch Morse (elbow) is questionable
The Buffalo Bills practice to prepare for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.