Tremaine Edmunds questionable for Sunday; Bills injury latest
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — As the Buffalo Bills prepare to host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, some players might not see the field.
Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds was limited in practice because of an ailing, but improving, hamstring. He’s listed as questionable for Sunday. If Edmunds is to miss the game, it would be his second straight absence and third on the season. He’s not the only linebacker whose status is uncertain.
Matt Milano was also limited in practice for the third straight day with a shoulder injury. His game status is unlisted, meaning that he’s expected to play or it will be a game-time decision. As is the case with Cole Beasley, who practiced in a limited fashion due to a rib injury he sustained back in week eight. However, he’s played through it since and signs point to the wide receiver being ready for Sunday.
FINAL #Bills injury report notables this week:— Jackson Roberts (@WHEC_JRoberts) November 19, 2021
?? Tremaine Edmunds – Limited (questionable)
?? Cole Beasley – Limited
?? Matt Milano – Limited
(Beasley and Milano’s status not listed so either they’re good to go or it’s a game time decision)
Other injuries to note
- Spencer Brown – COVID/Reserve
- Star Lotulelei – COVID/Reserve
- Jon Feliciano – Injured Reserve