Milano (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's wild-card game against the Jaguars, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports. Milano, who suffered a hamstring injury during the Bills' regular-season finale, was unable to practice this week as he continues to heal. The starting linebacker will be replaced by Ramon Humber, who started nine games earlier in the season.
Milano (hamstring) was officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Milano didn't practice in any capacity this week and appears to be a game-time decision. He'll likely test out his hamstring in pregame warmups. If he isn't given the green light, Ramon Humber will likely step back into the starting lineup.
Milano (hamstring) suited up for Thursday's practice, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. Milano just took part in stretching and did individual work on the side, but it's still an encouraging sign given he was a non-participant Wednesday. The Bills will likely give an official update on Milano's status when they release their practice report, but the linebacker looks to be trending in the right direction as the weekend approaches.
Milano is dealing with a hamstring injury and won't practice Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Milano has earned himself a starter's role at linebacker as a fifth-round rookie, and given the Bills' offensive struggles -- and the possibility of not having LeSean McCoy (ankle) for Sunday's playoff game against the Jaguars -- it will be important to have all hands on deck in an attempt to stop Jacksonville's impressive run game. The Bills will wait and see if Milano can provide more reason for optimism by practicing Thursday or Friday.
The Bills have promoted Milano to starting weak-side linebacker for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Jonah Bronstein of The Buffalo News reports. Milano will pass veteran Ramon Humber in the pecking order based on his own strong play coupled with Humber's struggles since returning from thumb surgery. We'll see if Milano can build on his 11-tackle performance in Sunday's win over the Colts, which won't be an easy task considering Indy ran the ball a crazy 46 times in the snowstorm. However, Milano should see plenty of action now, and it's likely the Dolphins focus on the run given Kenyan Drake's success of late, plus former Miami running back Jay Ajayi gashed the Bills for 420 yards last season.