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Stay informed with the latest updates on Buffalo Bills’ player injuries.

November 3rd: Josh Allen Confirmed for Sunday’s Matchup with Cincinnati Bengals Josh Allen, who appeared on the injury report earlier this week, will indeed be on the field this Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium, as confirmed by head coach Sean McDermott in an announcement on WGR550. Despite missing practice on Wednesday due to a right shoulder issue, Allen made a full recovery and participated in practice on Thursday, dispelling concerns about his availability for the upcoming game. In addition, Damar Hamlin and Quinton Morris, who were dealing with an illness and an ankle problem, respectively, are showing positive progress after being fully active in Thursday’s practice. On the downside, linebacker Baylon Spector, nursing a hamstring injury, and A.J. Klein will not be able to play in the game.

This weekend, the Bills (5-3) will take on the Bengals (4-3) at 8:20 p.m. ET.

November 2nd: Josh Allen and Damar Hamlin Resume Full Practice Buffalo Bills’ quarterback Josh Allen returned to full practice on Thursday, following his absence on Wednesday due to a shoulder injury. Despite sustaining the injury during the Week 8 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Allen managed to play without missing a single offensive snap, putting up impressive statistics of 31 completions out of 40 attempts, 324 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Damar Hamlin, who was sidelined due to illness on Wednesday, also made a full recovery and fully participated in practice.

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October 31st: Buffalo Bills Eyeing Jaylon Johnson Amid a series of injuries affecting their defense, the Buffalo Bills are reportedly showing interest in Chicago Bears cornerback Jaylon Johnson, as per reports by Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz. Johnson, currently in the final year of his rookie contract, has been allowed to explore a potential trade after contract extension negotiations reached a standstill. Other teams, such as the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, and Pittsburgh Steelers, are also mentioned as contenders for the young cornerback’s services. Johnson, aged 24, has amassed two interceptions in six games this season, earning a Pro Football Focus grade of 84.4. With Tre’Davious White out for the season due to a torn Achilles, Johnson could play a pivotal role in Buffalo’s defense if acquired.

October 26th: Josh Allen’s Brief Medical Evaluation During the first half of the Thursday night game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Buffalo Bills’ quarterback Josh Allen entered the medical tent on the sideline for a brief assessment. The nature of the evaluation was not officially disclosed by the team, but Amazon Prime sideline reporter Kaylee Hartung noted that Allen seemed to be favoring his right arm. However, when questioned about it during a halftime interview, Bills coach Sean McDermott assured that “he’s fine.” Backup quarterback Kyle Allen warmed up on the sideline, but Josh Allen returned from the tent and resumed his duties in the third quarter with the Bills leading 17-10.

October 26th: Bills Favored in Betting Odds Against Buccaneers As the Buffalo Bills geared up for their matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, sportsbooks showed confidence in their prospects. SI Sportsbook listed the Bills as 8.5-point favorites shortly before kickoff. The game was scheduled to kick off at 8:15 p.m. and broadcast on Amazon Prime.

October 23rd: Sean McDermott’s Evaluation of Offensive Coordinator Ken Dorsey Following the Buffalo Bills’ 29-25 loss to the New England Patriots in NFL Week 7, head coach Sean McDermott addressed the team’s performance and the role of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. McDermott emphasized that he oversees all three phases of the game and stressed the need for collective solutions to improve the team’s performance.


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