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NFL Injury Report:
The Buffalo Bills host the New England Patriots Sunday
afternoon. Who is in? Who is out?
Find out, in your Buffalo Bills Week 1 injury report.
The Bills have three players listed as out for Sunday’s game
and none of them participated in practice all week. They are defensive back Stephon Gilmore
(wrist), kicker Dustin Hopkins (right groin) and offensive lineman Doug
One player, quarterback E.J. Manuel (knee), is listed as
probable. With full participation in
practice all week and being named the starter for Sunday’s matchup, I bet
The Bills have one player, safety Jairus Byrd (foot), listed
as doubtful and had limited participation in practice all week. Because of all the drama surrounding Byrd
this week, it is safe to assume that he does not fly into action on Sunday.
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