Ford underwent surgery on his right shoulder Wednesday, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.
The rookie second-round pick started 15 regular-season games in 2019, as well as the team's divisional-round loss to the Texans. There's no definitive timeline for Ford's return, but he'll presumably be ready to go for the start of the 2020 campaign.
Ford (elbow) is active Week 9 against Washington.
Despite a week of limited practices, Ford will be ready to suit up and resume his regular role as the starting right tackle. Ty Nsekhe is on the active roster as well and would likely fill in should Ford experience any kind of setback, though the two do share the right tackle job as it is.
Ford (elbow) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Redskins.
Ford sustained the elbow injury during last Sunday's loss to the Eagles and was a limited practice participant this week. Ty Nsekhe is likely the next man up at right tackle should Ford be unable to play versus Washington.
Ford, who was forced to leave Sunday's loss to the Eagles due to a left elbow injury, was limited for Wednesday' practice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
The rookie was sporting a heavy brace on his elbow, but was able to get some work in. He'll have two more practices to prove his help for Sunday's matchup against Washington, while Ty Nsekhe stands to get more than shared playing time if Ford is ultimately unable to suit up.
Ford is day-to-day after leaving Sunday's loss to the Eagles with an elbow injury, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports.
Ford suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter and didn't retake the field. The rookie second-round pick appears to have a chance to play Week 9, but his potential availability likely won't receive further clarity until the Bills resume practicing later in the week.
Ford suffered an elbow injury in Sunday's game against the Eagles and didn't return.
Ford got hurt late in the fourth quarter of the loss, and was unable to make it back on the field. Ty Nsekhe filled in for the rest of the game at right tackle.
Ford (concussion) was full participant at Wednesday's practice.
Ford suffered the concussion Week 5 against the Titans but appears ready to go coming out of the Bills' bye week. The 22-year-old should take up his usual starting post at right tackle Sunday versus the Dolphins.
Ford sustained a concussion during Sunday's win over the Titans, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.
Ford exited the contest with a head injury and now finds himself in the concussion protocol. He'll need to fully clear the protocol before returning to game action, though at least he gets the benefit of a Week 6 bye.
Ford was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Titans with a head injury.
The Bills are already down Mitch Morse (ankle) at center, and Ford, their starting right tackle, is on the sidelines. They only have five healthy linemen remaining, so expect Ryan Bates to fill in somewhere on the right side.
Ford started at right tackle for the third straight practice Saturday, The Buffalo News reports.
Veteran Ty Nsekhe still looms as a threat to take over either starting tackle spot should the rookie Ford struggle with the pro game or if left tackle Dion Dawkins doesn't show improvement from last year's disappointment, but so far the Bills seem prepared to go with their two younger, more athletic guys. Ford will have to get used to the bigger, stronger NFL defensive ends, but he's a large presence at 6-foot-3, 329 pounds and plays with a nasty streak the Bills have been looking for.