Edmunds out, other Buffalo Bills injury report updates for Sunday’s game against Cleveland

ROCHESTER, N.Y.. (WEHC) – The Buffalo Bills already ruled linebacker Tremaine Edmunds out for Sunday’s showdown in Detroit against the Cleveland Browns.

Edmunds went down with a groin/heel injury in the week 10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He hadn’t practiced all week and in turn will not play on Sunday. The Bills claimed former LB A.J. Klein off waivers to help with the loss of Edmunds.

For the third straight day, Josh Allen was limited. The Bills have raised no major concerns about his throwing elbow and he should be in line to start again.

Two other Bills players were ruled out on Friday. Defensive end Greg Rousseau is dealing with an ankle injury and Jake Kumerow was placed on IR with an ankle injury.

A couple of players to monitor are Kaiir Elam (ankle), Reggie Gilliam (illness), and Jordan Poyer (elbow). They are all listed as questionable.

Here is Friday’s full report ahead of Sunday’s game: