The Buffalo Bills are pretty healthy heading into their Monday Night Football matchup with the New England Patriots. The only active player on Buffalo's roster who didnt practice was defensive tackle Kyle Williams. Unfortunately, Williams won't be available on Monday and it's possible that he doesn't play again this season. Ty Dunne of the Buffalo News noted that Williams may not play again this season according to head coach Rex Ryan.
Williams suffered a serious knee injury against the Cincinnati Bengals and has missed the last three games. The 32 year old has played with the Bills for 10 seasons and is one of the team's locker room leaders. In his 10 year career, Williams has 470 total tackles and 35.5 sacks.
This season, Williams has looked out of place in Ryan's defense, but it'd still be a big blow to the team if he couldn't return this season. As Buffalo looks to end their 15 year playoff drought, they may have to do so without Williams.