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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Trending in wrong direction

    Bernard (ankle) is a game-time decision for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Chiefs, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. The Bills will give Bernard a chance to go through warmups and prove he's healthy enough to play, but Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network stated that Bernard will likely sit out after missing practice all week. Bernard is a key part of this defense, as he posted 143 tackles (84 solo), 6.5 sacks, five pass breakups and three interceptions over 17 games during the regular season. A.J. Klein -- who posted 11 stops in the wild-card round -- is expected to start at middle linebacker if Bernard can't go.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Questionable for Sunday

    Bernard (ankle) is questionable for Sunday night's game against the Chiefs. Bernard went DNP-DNP-DNP in practice this week, though Thursday is the only day the Bills held an actual practice, as the other two were merely walkthroughs. The linebacker is believed to have suffered a sprained right ankle in last Monday's win over the Steelers. Potentially missing Bernard would be yet another significant loss for the Buffalo defense.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Unavailable for practice

    Bernard (ankle) did not participate at the Bills' practice Thursday. Bernard suffered an ankle injury in the team's wild-card win over the Steelers on Monday, and he's now opened the week on the sidelines for Buffalo's first two practice sessions of the week, though the first one was a walkthrough. He'll look to return to the field for Friday's final session to increase his chances to go Sunday versus Kansas City.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: DNP to begin divisional round prep

    Bernard (ankle) was listed as a nonparticipant in Wednesday's walk-through practice. Bernard is believed to be dealing with a right ankle sprain. The severity of the sprain has yet to be revealed, but he's likely fighting an uphill battle to suit up Sunday in the divisional round against the Chiefs. Backup linebacker Baylon Spector (back) also didn't practice Wednesday.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Suffers ankle injury in win

    Bernard (ankle) did not return to the Bills' 31-17 win over the Steelers in the wild-card round Monday. Bernard was carted off the field in the third quarter and underwent X-rays on his right ankle, the results of which are currently undisclosed. With Buffalo set to host the Chiefs on Sunday in the divisional round, Bernard's status is worth monitoring.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Leaves playoff game on cart

    Bernard suffered a right leg injury in Monday's playoff game against the Steelers in the third quarter and has left the game on a cart. The Bills have been playing inspired football, winning five in a row to end the regular season to go with a comfortable first-half lead against Pittsburgh, but the injuries continue to amount for the team, especially on defense. Bernard, who has been a key player all season following the offseason departure of long-time middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, looked to be in significant pain prior to leaving, so his status for the rest of the playoffs appears murky at this point.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Two sacks in win

    Bernard had 10 tackles (eight solo), including two sacks, in Sunday's 27-21 win over the Patriots. Bernard got to Bailey Zappe twice on the same drive in the third quarter, with each sack resulting in a five-yard loss. It was the second multi-sack performance by Bernard this season, and the 2022 third-round pick out of Baylor is up to 6.5 sacks on the year after recording none in his rookie season.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Gets limited listing

    Bernard was listed as limited for Wednesday's walk-through session due to an ankle injury, Patrick Warren of the Bills' official site reports. Bernard briefly checked out of Saturday's win over the Chargers, but he returned to finish with seven tackles that included a sack, giving him 4.5 on the season. It's been a breakthrough campaign for Bernard, who's up to 124 tackles in his second NFL year. He may remain limited throughout the week, but it's hard to envision such a key defensive piece not suiting up, with each of the final two games being critical for the 9-6 Bills.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Ruled out with concussion

    Bernard (concussion) won't return to Sunday's game against the Bengals. Bernard was evaluated for a head injury in the first half, and he was downgraded to out at halftime. With the starting middle linebacker sidelined, Tyler Matakevich could see more snaps in a banged-up Buffalo linebacker corps that's already operating without Baylon Spector (hamstring), A.J. Klein (back) and Matt Milano (leg).
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Leads team in tackles

    Bernard logged 16 tackles (eight solo) during Buffalo's 25-20 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday. Bernard's 16 total tackles not only led the team in tackles Sunday but also set a new season high for himself. Through five games, the 24-year-old has compiled 45 tackles (22 solo) and two interceptions and will look to add to those totals in Week 6 versus the Giants.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Nabs first pick of career

    Bernard recorded six tackles and an interception in Sunday's 38-10 win versus the Raiders. After a big statistical game in Week 1, Bernard shined again in Week 2 when he found his way under a deflected screen pass attempt in the first quarter of action. The sophomore is making an impression early after earning a starting job at linebacker during the offseason, and it's starting to look like he'll be a good IDP option for the rest of the season.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: In line to start Monday

    Bills head coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday that Bernard will start in Week 1 at the Jets, Ryan O'Halloran of The Buffalo News reports. Despite some assumptions that fourth-year man Tyrel Dodson had the edge in the competition for the starting gig at middle linebacker, Bernard will end up opening the season atop the depth chart. If the starter designation translates to an every-down role, Bernard could be worth a look as an IDP since he would likely have ample opportunities to rack up tackles.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Not playing Saturday

    Bernard (hamstring) is not suited up for Saturday's preseason opener versus the Colts, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Bernard exited Thursday's practice with a hamstring injury. It looks like the Bills are erring on the side of caution with him in order to avoid a lingering issue as training camp progresses. The 24-year-old is competing with Tyrel Dodson for the Bills' starting middle linebacker role.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: Leaves practice early

    Bernard exited practice Thursday due to a hamstring injury, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. It's a tough break for Bernard, who is in the middle of a competition with Tyrel Dodson for the starting middle linebacker job. The former spent most of last season working on special teams, but Bernard, a 2022 third-round selection, has shown enough in camp to be considered for the role after the departure of Tremaine Edmunds. Bernard will now focus on getting healthy so he can continue to make the effort to lock down a starting job.
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  • Bills' Terrel Bernard: In hunt for key spot

    Linebackers coach Bobby Babich implied Sunday that the open competition for the middle linebacker spot has been whittled down to Bernard and Tyrel Dodson, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports. Tremaine Edmunds manned the starting MLB spot for five years, but he was offered a large free-agent contract by the Bears, and the Bills' spot is now up for grabs. It looks like Bernard, a second-year player our of Baylor, and Dodson have separated themselves from Baylon Spector and A.J. Klein, and the team would like to make a decision between the top two soon. Whoever wins the spot -- provided that person stays on the field for most of the game -- stands to rack up a decent tackle total, as Edmunds cleared the 100-tackle mark in all five of his seasons with the Bills.
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