Keeping up with the Buffalo Bills’ injury report has been quite the task for members of Bills Mafia over the past couple of weeks.

For the most part, we won’t know much about who’s in or out until gameday as the Bills’ final injury report has seven players listed as “questionable.” Six of them were listed as limited participants each day of the week with the lone exception being wide receiver Gabe Davis, who missed practice on Thursday.

Keep in mind that “limited” can mean anything from missing one rep to missing every rep but one.

However, one notable player who doesn’t carry a game status is right guard Ryan Bates, whose status was up in the air as he entered the concussion protocol last Sunday.

The Bills’ starting lineman was a full participant on Friday for the first time this week and is ready to go for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens based on the injury report. Having him in the lineup should go a long way against a Ravens defense that has struggled against the run and ranks 25th in pressure rate per Pro Football Reference. 

Another lineman aiming for a return is center Mitch Morse, who remained limited throughout the week with an elbow injury after missing the team’s loss to the Miami Dolphins. Despite appearing in the report with a vet rest day on Wednesday, Rodger Saffold is healthy heading into Week 4.

Bills players OUT for Sunday:

  • CB Christian Benford
  • WR Jake Kumerow
  • DT Jordan Phillips

Bills players QUESTIONABLE:

  • WR Gabe Davis
  • CB Dane Jackson
  • TE Dawson Knox
  • C Mitch Morse
  • OL Justin Murray
  • DT Ed Oliver
  • S Jordan Poyer

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