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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Good to go vs. Giants

    Rousseau (foot) does not carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game versus the Giants. After sitting out in Week 5 versus Jacksonville with a foot injury, Rousseau will be available for Week 6. He should step right back into a significant role on Buffalo's defensive line Sunday.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Misses practice Wednesday

    Rousseau (foot) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. It's not clear whether he picked up the injury during the week or during Sunday's game versus the Dolphins. It's also not clear whether his status for Week 5 is actually in any jeopardy, so it will be worth keeping an eye on Buffalo's injury reports Thursday and Friday.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Two sacks in win

    Rousseau had three tackles including two sacks in Sunday's 48-20 win over the Dolphins. Rousseau is up to 3.0 sacks on the season, tied for second on the team with Ed Oliver and half a sack behind Leonard Floyd. The defensive front should soon receive even more support with Von Miller (knee) returning to practice this week.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Makes strides in second season

    Rousseau finished the 2022 regular season with 37 tackles, eight sacks, four passes defended and one forced fumble over 13 games. The 8.0 sacks -- which co-led the team with Von Miller -- is the number that sticks out the most considering Rousseau missed time with an ankle injury and also that the Bills typically rotate their defensive linemen more than most teams. He also stepped it up after Miller was lost for the season with a knee injury. Rousseau has mammoth size and has now proven a knack for getting after the quarterback, so he could be relied upon for more in the 2023 season, as the Bills have some cap issues and likely won't be able to run as deep as they have the last two seasons.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Practices without limitations

    Rousseau (ankle) was a full participant in practice Monday. Rousseau said Sunday that he feels close to full health, and Monday's full participation backs up that notion. After missing Buffalo's previous three games, Rousseau's poised to return for Thursday's road game in New England.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Ruled out for Thanksgiving

    Rousseau (ankle) has been ruled for Thursday's contest versus the Lions, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Rousseau will be unavailable for a third consecutive game as he continues to nurse an ankle injury as Buffalo faces off with Detroit on Thanksgiving Day. He'll now shift his focus to a potential return in Week 13 against the Patriots.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Ruled out for Week 11

    Rousseau (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Browns, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Rousseau will miss a second consecutive game in Week 11 after suffering a high-ankle sprain in Week 9 versus the Jets. The defensive end will now shift his focus to being ready for the Bills' Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Lions on Thursday.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Ruled out for Sunday

    Rousseau (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Rousseau suffered a high-ankle sprain in a Week 9 matchup with the Jets, missing the second half of that contest. The 22-year-old defensive end has recorded 21 total tackles so far this season, and his five sacks are good for the second-highest total on Buffalo's formidable defense. In Rousseau's absence, A.J. Epenesa and Shaq Lawson should see increased playing time.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Dealing with high-ankle sprain

    Rousseau sustained a high-ankle sprain during Sunday's 20-17 loss at the Jets and is considered week-to-week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Rousseau missed the second half of Buffalo's loss in Week 9 with the injury, and he's now in jeopardy of missing multiple games as he recovers. The sophomore first-rounder was on pace for a 12-sack season heading into Sunday's game, but until he's ready to return, A.J. Epenesa and Shaq Lawson should see increased reps.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Questionable to return

    Rousseau is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bears with an ankle injury. Rousseau did not record a tackle in the first half and was listed as questionable coming out of halftime. With the 2021 first-round pick sidelined, expect Carlos Basham and A.J. Epenesa to step up into bigger roles opposite Von Miller on Sunday.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Career high in tackles

    Rousseau recorded seven tackles (five solo) in the Bills' 41-15 loss to the Colts on Sunday. Rousseau continues to make an impact on the defensive line in his rookie year. The Bills' 2021 first-round selection now has 33 tackles, three sacks, a pass defensed and an interception on the season.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Enjoys breakout game

    Rousseau managed five tackles (four solo), one sack, one pass breakup and one interception during Sunday night's win over the Chiefs. Rousseau put together the best game of his young career against a fellow AFC powerhouse, bringing him to three sacks on the season. The rookie first-round pick earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance, and he'll get another primetime matchup Week 6 in the form of a Monday night road game in Tennessee.
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  • Bills' Greg Rousseau: Full practice Thursday

    Rousseau (toe) logged a full practice Thursday. The rookie popped up on the injury report Wednesday as a non-particpant in practice. There appears to be no concern of him missing Sunday's game versus the Chiefs and he'll look to build upon his 13 tackles and two sacks in the contest.
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