Bills Week 10 Friday Injury Report

The Buffalo Bills may be without Fred Jackson and Sammy Watkins on Sunday when they play the Kansas City Chiefs. Both are listed as questionable for the game. Three other Bills wide receivers are likely to return from injury against the Chiefs.

Buffalo Bills Injury Report - Friday

Name Position Injury Participation Game Status
Ron Brooks CB Groin Limited Participation Questionable
Marcus Easley WR Knee Limited Participation Probable
Marquise Goodwin WR Hamstring Limited Participation Probable
Fred Jackson RB Groin Limited Participation Questionable
Ty Powell LB Ankle Limited Participation Probable
Cyril Richardson OG

Not Injury Related

Did Not Practice Probable
Sammy Watkins WR Groin Did Not Practice Questionable
Robert Woods WR Back Full Participation Probable

Three Buffalo Bills are officially questionable for Sunday: Ron Brooks, Fred Jackson and Sammy Watkins. All three are recovering from groin injuries. Earlier this week, Doug Marrone said that Jackson wasn't ready to go yet and Watkins' inability to practice today could be a sign that the Bills are holding him out from Sunday's game. Brooks was a limited participant and could come back this week.

Cyril Richardson did not practice as he's still with his family after losing his father last week. He's listed as probable. Marcus Easley, Marquise Goodwin, Ty Powell and Robert Woods were also listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bills may be without their star wide receiver on Sunday, but it's encouraging to see that three other receivers are likely to return against Kansas City.

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