Nsekhe (illness) was not listed on the Bills' injury report Wednesday.
After missing Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to an illness, it was unclear whether Nsekhe would be available this week. The veteran lineman is not listed on the injury report and should continue his reserve offensive tackle duties for Saturday's game against the Colts.
Nsekhe (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports.
Nsekhe was a late addition to the injury report and won't be available for Week 17. Ryan Bates should serve as the reserve option at offensive tackle Sunday for the Bills.
Nsekhe (groin) is active for Monday's game at New England.
The veteran lineman was questionable with the groin injury but is ready to play Week 16. Nsekhe should fill his usual role as a reserve offensive tackle for the Bills on Monday.
Nsekhe (groin) was limited Saturday and is listed as questionable for Monday's game at New England.
The depth offensive lineman was at least able to get some work in after not yet practicing this week, se it sounds like he'll be a true question mark heading into Monday's primetime action.
Nsekhe did not practice Thursday due to a groin injury.
The veteran lineman had a key role last season for the Bills, but he's been reduced more to backup snaps as newcomers Daryl Williams and Brian Winters have earned starting jobs. That's not to say Nsekhe, assuming he can get healthy, won't be able to help as the Bills eye a deep playoff run.
Nsekhe (ankle) will suit up for Saturday's playoff game against the Texans.
The swing tackle will continue to operate along the right side with rookie Cody Ford, although the 34-year-old did miss five games earlier this year with a similar ankle injury, so it's possible the team could be cautious with the tackle.
Nsekhe (ankle) practiced on a limited basis for the third straight day Thursday and is listed as questionable for Saturday's playoff game in Houston.
The Bills have four players listed as questionable for the contest, though all have practiced on a limited basis for the past two days. Therefore, we'll venture to say the team should have close to its full regular squad ready for the big road playoff test. Nsekhe, assuming he can suit up, will share right tackle duties with rookie Cody Ford, though the team will certainly lean on whichever player is looking more comfortable in a do-or-die game. Because Nsekhe has missed so much time lately, he may just be asked to spell the rookie if Ford looks shaky.
Nsekhe, who re-injured his ankle in the regular-season finale, was listed as a limited participant for Tuesday's practice session, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Cody Ford can take all the starting right tackle reps if Nsekhe can't go this week in Houston, though the two are accustomed to sharing the job and the Bills would probably prefer to have the veteran Nsekhe on hand in case the rookie struggles in his first playoff appearance, one that may include a partial assignment vs. J.J. Watt.
Nsekhe (ankle) was spotted in a walking boot following Sunday's 13-6 loss to the Jets.
The 34-year-old returned from a five-game absence due to an ankle injury Sunday, but he couldn't make it through the game before aggravating the injury. Nsekhe will look to shake off the issue before the wild-card playoff round against the Texans.
Nsekhe (ankle) won't return to Sunday's game against the Jets.
Nsekhe missed the last five games due to an ankle injury, so he may have aggravated the issue. The 34-year-old's focus will be getting healthy for the wild-card playoff round.
Nsekhe (ankle) is active for Sunday's divisional contest against the Jets.
Nsekhe is set to suit up for Sunday's regular-season finale after a five-game absence. He stands to resume sharing right tackle duties with rookie Cody Ford.
Nsekhe (ankle) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Even if Nsekhe has to sit one more game after missing the last five contests, this is good news for a team about to enter the playoffs that could use some more O-Line depth. If Nsekhe does see action in the regular-season finale, he'll likely share right tackle duties with Cody Ford.
Nsekhe (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Nsekhe has missed five straight contests while nursing a lingering ankle injury, but he appears to be making progress in his recovery. When able to retake the field, Nsekhe will resume splitting right tackle reps with rookie Cody Ford.
Nsekhe (ankle) is ruled out for Saturday's contest against the Patriots.
Nsekhe hasn't practiced in any capacity since suffering an ankle injury during the Week 11 win over Miami. As long as he remains sidelined, rookie Cody Ford will continue to handle every starting rep at right tackle.
Nsekhe, who's been out over a month with an ankle injury, missed Wednesday's practice session, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Nsekhe hasn't practiced one time since suffering the injury, so he remains a sketchy proposition for Saturday's game at New England.
Nsekhe (ankle) did not practice Friday for the third straight day and will miss Sunday's game in Pittsburgh.
Rookie Cody Ford will continue seeing all the reps at right tackle -- he and Nsekhe usually share the starting job -- and the former should expect to see a healthy dose of T.J. Watt on Sunday night.
Nsekhe sat out Wednesday's practice due to an ankle injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Nsekhe was carted off the field during the Week 11 win over the Dolphins and has yet to practice a single time since then, though the team has not ruled him out for anything longer term. If he can't rally to practice on some level this week, rookie Cody Ford will continue to take all the starting reps at right tackle, a position the two linemen usually share.
Nsekhe (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Baltimore.
Nsekhe was not able to appear in practice, so he will miss a third-straight contest. Accordingly, the Bills will be without some of their depth on the offensive line, while rookie Cody Ford will continue to work as the full-time starter at right tackle.
Nsekhe (ankle) was the only Buffalo player to miss Wednesday's practice, though he's showing improvement, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. "Ty Nsekhe is making good progress," said coach Sean McDermott. "We'll continue to take it one day at a time."
Rookie Cody Ford has been playing well getting all the snaps at right tackle, so the Bills can take their time making sure Nsekhe is at full health and ready to resume his co-starter role with Ford.
Nsekhe (ankle) will not play in Thursday's game in Dallas, The Buffalo News reports.
This news comes with an extra bit of bummer-ness, as the veteran lineman has a wonderful story of personal redemption and reaching the NFL that makes for compelling Thanksgiving Day material. Cody Ford will take on full right tackle duties for a second straight week instead of splitting time with Nsekhe.