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The starting right guard of the Buffalo Bills is out for Sunday's game after a death in his immediate family.

Buffalo will be without starting RG John Miller on Sunday.

Starting right guard John Miller will not play for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Miller left the team on Friday to travel to his native Miami after learning of a death in his immediate family. After Friday's practice, Rex Ryan announced the news.

Starting in Miller's place will be veteran offensive lineman Kraig Urbik. The veteran has already started once for Miller this season, in Week 4, when Miller was dealing with a groin injury.

On the offensive side of the ball, Buffalo will now be without their starting quarterback (Tyrod Taylor), two of their top receivers (Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin), their change of pace running back (Karlos Williams), and right guard. Following Sunday's game in London, the Bills will go on their bye week. Hopefully the additional time off will help Buffalo get healthy as they prepare for their last nine games of the season.

Buffalo Football Report sends our thoughts to John Miller and his family.


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