The Buffalo Bills are expected to receive some much-needed help as the team hits the road for a Week 4 contest against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Bills have been dealing with a variety of injuries across numerous position groups, but no unit has been decimated like the team’s secondary.
Buffalo will be without safety Micah Hyde (neck) for the remainder of the season, and is still waiting on the returns of cornerbacks Tre’Davious White (knee) and Christian Benford (hand).
#Bills injury report won’t fit in a tweet so here’s the pic. Of note, CB Dane Jackson listed as questionable but told reporters the plan is for him to play. Would be the first time on the playing field since that scary scene against the #Titans 11 days ago. pic.twitter.com/F7P0soKMYW— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 30, 2022
While the secondary will be shorthanded against Lamar Jackson’s Ravens, there is positive injury news involving a major piece to the defense.
Cornerback Dane Jackson is expected to make a return to action on Sunday after suffering a scary injury to his neck in the Week 2 contest against the Tennessee Titans.
Jackson practiced in a limited fashion for the entire week, but he feels optimistic about his chances to play this weekend.
“I mean, that’s the plan. I’m out here practicing so I plan on playing,” Jackson told reporters on Friday.
Jackson’s return to the active roster would be a great boost for this Bills defense. However, for Jackson to return just 13 days after his harrowing neck injury is a win for everybody.
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