The Buffalo Bills have now filed their final injury report for Week 14 ahead of their Sunday home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and it now includes one notable defensive player.
Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams (back) was added to the Bills injury report on Friday as questionable after his back locked up on him on Thursday night. Bills head coach Rex Ryan said Friday he is “concerned” that Williams will not be able to play Sunday against the Steelers.
Ruled out on Friday for the Bills on their injury report was linebacker Lerentee McCray (concussion) so he’ll be one of their seven inactives.
Ending the week also listed as questionable for Buffalo are tight end Charles Clay (knee), tackle Cordy Glenn (back), wide receiver Sammy Watkins (foot), and wide receiver Robert Woods (knee). It’s worth noting, however, that all four of those players were able to practice on a limited basis during Friday’s session.
Despite not being able to practice on Friday and being added to the Bills injury report, linebacker Brandon Spikes (illness) is still expected to play Sunday against the Steelers.
Removed from the Bills injury report on Friday were cornerback Ronald Darby (concussion) and quarterback Tyrod Taylor (groin).