Buffalo Bills

Stadium: New Era Field | Coach: Sean McDermott
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th126.1 (7th)176.6 (31st)
Defense25th124.6 (28th)230.5 (20th)
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57Alexander, Lorenzo OLB6-12455/31/198311California
33Anderson, Colt DB5-1019510/25/19858Montana
13Benjamin, Kelvin WR6-52452/5/19914Florida State
41Borders, Breon DB6-01897/22/1995RDuke
52Brown, Preston MLB6-125110/27/19924Louisville
75Capi, Cap DE6-32497/11/19921Akron
85Clay, Charles TE6-32552/13/19897Tulsa
56Davis, Ryan DE6-22602/24/19896Bethune-Cookman
73Dawkins, Dion T6-43204/26/1994RTemple
42DiMarco, Patrick FB6-12344/30/19896South Carolina
62Ducasse, Vladimir G6-532910/15/19878Massachusetts
16Dupre, Malachi WR6-219610/12/1995RLSU
69Ferguson, Reid LS6-12443/24/19941LSU
28Gaines, E.J. CB5-101852/23/19924Missouri
72Groy, Ryan G6-53209/30/19904Wisconsin
94Hatley, Rickey NT6-43203/29/1994RMissouri
4Hauschka, Stephen K6-42106/29/198510NC State
66Henderson, Seantrel T6-73311/21/19924Miami (Fla.)
55Hughes, Jerry DE6-22548/13/19888TCU
50Humber, Ramon OLB5-112328/10/19879North Dakota State
23Hyde, Micah SS6-019712/31/19905Iowa
64Incognito, Richie G6-33197/5/198311Nebraska
24Johnson, Leonard DB5-101943/30/19906Iowa State
11Jones, Zay WR6-22003/30/1995REast Carolina
44Lacey, Deon LB6-32357/18/19901West Alabama
88Lee, Khari TE6-42531/16/19923Bowie State
25McCoy, LeSean RB5-112107/12/19889Pittsburgh
68McDermott, Conor T6-830510/19/1992RUCLA
58Milano, Matt OLB6-02237/28/1994RBoston College
76Miller, John G6-33158/12/19933Louisville
79Mills, Jordan T6-531612/24/19905Louisiana Tech
45Murphy, Marcus RB5-919510/3/19913Missouri
84O'Leary, Nick TE6-32528/31/19922Florida State
2Peterman, Nathan QB6-22255/4/1994RPittsburgh
30Pitts, Lafayette CB5-111959/24/19922Pittsburgh
21Poyer, Jordan FS6-01914/25/19915Oregon State
89Reilly, Brandon WR6-22009/24/1993RNebraska
6Schmidt, Colton P5-1122410/27/19904California-Davis
15Tate, Brandon WR6-119510/5/19879North Carolina
5Taylor, Tyrod QB6-12158/3/19897Virginia Tech
82Thomas, Logan TE6-62507/1/19913Virginia Tech
29Thomas, Shamarko DB5-92052/23/19915Syracuse
10Thompson, Deonte WR6-02042/14/19895Florida
91Thornton, Cedric DT6-42906/21/19886Southern Arkansas
35Tolbert, Mike FB5-925011/23/198510Coastal Carolina
40Vallejo, Tanner LB6-122812/16/1994RBoise State
92Washington, Adolphus DT6-429511/24/19922Ohio State
14Webb, Joe QB6-423011/14/19868UAB
27White, Tre'Davious CB5-111921/16/1995RLSU
95Williams, Kyle DT6-13036/10/198312LSU
70Wood, Eric C6-43103/18/19869Louisville
20Wright, Shareece CB5-111844/8/19877Southern California
54Yarbrough, Eddie DE6-22594/24/19931Wyoming
Injured Players
17Butler, Jeremy (IR) WR6-22134/22/19913Tennessee-Martin
39Cadet, Travaris (IR) RB6-12102/1/19896Appalachian State
77Glenn, Cordy (IR) T6-63459/18/19896Georgia
18Holmes, Andre (IR) WR6-42106/16/19886Hillsdale
7Jones, Taiwan (IR) RB6-01957/26/19887Eastern Washington
90Lawson, Shaq (IR) DE6-32676/17/19942Clemson
87Matthews, Jordan (IR) WR6-32127/16/19924Vanderbilt
89Towbridge, Keith (IR) TE6-52625/21/1995RLouisville
Practice Squad
 Lewis, Marquavius DT6-327010/11/1992RSouth Carolina
 Croom, Jason TE6-52462/28/1994RTennessee
 Woodson-Luster, Xavier LB6-12198/6/1995RArkansas State
 Carter, Cory P5-112203/5/1994RTexas Southern
 James, Josh T6-53145/9/1993RCarroll (Mont.)
 Wesley, De'Ondre T6-63317/28/19923Brigham Young
 Bray, Quan WR5-101834/28/19933Auburn
 Redmond, Adam C6-53005/19/19931Harvard
 Green, Aaron RB5-1120610/15/19921TCU
 Marlowe, Dean DB6-12087/25/19923James Madison
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Position Listing
E.J. Gaines
Head coach Sean McDermott said Thursday that Gaines (knee) "looks like he's ready to go" for Sunday's season finale in Miami, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

Gaines injured his knee against the Dolphins two weeks ago during their first matchup of the season and subsequently wasn't available for the Bills' Week 16 game in New England. However, after full participation in practice Thursday, he indeed seems set to make a return.

Khari Lee
The Bills have claimed Lee off waivers from the Lions, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.

Lee didn't do enough in the preseason to convince the Lions to keep around a fourth tight end, but the 2015 undrafted free agent from Bowie State will do just that with the Bills, where he apparently sits behind Charles Clay, Nick O'Leary and Logan Thomas.

Vladimir Ducasse
No Updates
Keith Towbridge
Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Leonard Johnson
Johnson finished his first year in Buffalo with 53 tackles -- the second most of his career -- seven passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. "I told my mom and my coach, I've been in the league six years, by far it has been the best year of my career," Johnson told Jadon Ceravolo of BuffaloBills.com.

Johnson is now an unrestricted free agent, though he's indicated he wants to stay with Buffalo and coach Sean McDermott, whom he played for when McDermott was the defensive coordinator in Carolina. Johnson served as an occasional starter when E.J. Gaines was working through various injuries, though at 28 and with an average skill set he's probably best suited as a No. 3 or No. 4 corner. That said, he's proven valuable to the Bills in that role.

Ramon Humber
Humber, who failed to log a tackle while playing 20 defensive snaps Sunday, has lost his starting outside linebacker spot to rookie Matt Milano, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Humber has had three double-digit tackle games this season, but he missed three games due to minor thumb surgery and hasn't been the same player since returning. Milano, meanwhile, has far outperformed his fifth-round status, so the Bills will keep ceding more time to the younger player.

Matt Milano
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.

Hamstring - Questionable for the start of training camp
Cap Capi
Capi was promoted to the Bills' active roster Tuesday, Chris Brown of the team's official sit reports.

With top defensive end Shaq Lawson (ankle) landing on injured reserve Tuesday, the Bills will bring in Capi to add depth to the defensive line. He likely won't play much of a role in this final stretch of the regular season.

Breon Borders
The Bills signed Borders from the Raiders' practice squad Saturday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.

Borders has spent the season on the Raiders' practice squad, but he won't make his NFL debut with the Bills on Sunday given the limited time to prepare. If he does suit up in the last two games, the rookie figures to primarily play a special teams role with the club, while also providing depth in the secondary.

Josh James
No Updates
Kelvin Benjamin
Benjamin is slated to undergo offseason surgery on his meniscus, News 4 Sports reports.

Per the Buffalo News, it's a procedure that carries a 4-6 week recovery period, which allows Benjamin ample time to be ready for action by the time the Bills take the field again. In 14 games (eight with Carolina and six with Buffalo) this past season, the 6-foot-5 wideout logged 48 catches on 78 targets for 692 yards and three TDs. Assuming he enters the 2018 campaign in good health, and addressing his balky knee with his upcoming procedure should aid his cause in that regard, Benjamin is a bounce-back candidate next season. At this stage, it's difficult to get a good read on his fantasy upside, however, with his team likely to continue re-tooling its passing attack. Specifically, there could be a change at QB, with Tyrod Taylor not a lock to be retained by the Bills, according to ESPN.com.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Zay Jones
Jones announced on Twitter that he had successful surgery to repair a torn labrum Tuesday, The Buffalo News reports. "Coming back even stronger," posted the rookie wideout.

There's still a mystery as to how much this affected Jones during his first NFL season, as his father posted last week that Jones played through pain all year, while the Bills reportedly never treated Jones for a labrum injury during the season and supposedly discovered that the issue needed surgery during a season-ending examination. Nonetheless, the surgery has been performed and Jones will likely be in good health by the time the serious offseason happenings come. If you're an optimist, you'll look at Jones as a good buy-low option with room to grow after coming off a season with a possible injury hindrance, poor quarterback play, unimaginative play calling, and his own struggles with a new offense.

Shoulder - Labrum - Questionable for the start of training camp
Preston Brown
Brown finished tops in the league with 144 tackles, while adding three passes defensed and playing a career-high 1,098 defensive snaps.

Officially, Brown tied with Cleveland's Joe Schobert and Green Bay's Blake Martinez. Brown almost never accrues meaningful numbers in other areas, as his career high in sacks is one (2016 season) and interceptions is two (2015). However, he's as steady as they come in the tackle world, with 109 or better in all four of his NFL seasons. Brown is about to be an unrestricted free agent, and even though he lacks elite speed or athleticism, coach Sean McDermott loves this type of player and it'd be a bit of a shock if the Bills let him get away.

Jason Croom
No Updates
Malachi Dupre
The Bills promoted Dupre from the practice squad Tuesday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.

A seventh-round pick of the Packers in April, Dupre failed to earn a roster spot out of training camp after suffering a concussion in the preseason opener. The wideout landed on the Bills' practice squad soon thereafter and will now join the 53-man roster after Andre Holmes (neck) was placed on injured reserve in a corresponding move. If Dupre suits up for the season finale Sunday in Miami, don't expect him to receive many snaps on offense.

Deon Lacey
Lacey signed a contract with the Bills on Thursday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

The Bills cut Lacey just one day earlier to make room on the roster for waiver claim Tyrell Adams, but the team ended up reversing the transaction after Adams failed his physical. Lacey will thus stick around for the Bills as Sunday's matchup with the Buccaneers approaches, but he'll be limited to nothing more than a special teams role if he's active for that contest.

Ryan Davis
Davis will start Sunday's game at Atlanta in place of an injured Shaq Lawson.

We don't think Davis will see a full log of plays like a normal starter would, as Lorenzo Alexander can be used to rush the passer on downs he'd normally sit. Still, it's a nice development for the journeyman Davis, who's now with his third NFL team.

Taiwan Jones
Jones (arm) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Joe Buscaglia of 7 ABC Buffalo reports.

Unsurprisingly, Jones has been placed on IR after being lost for the season due to a broken arm. As a result, the Bills signed Travaris Cadet, who most recently played for the Jets, to bolster their backfield.

Arm - Injured Reserve
Travaris Cadet
The Bills placed Cadet (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.

Cadet dislocated his right ankle in Sunday's loss to the Patriots and will undergo surgery Wednesday to address the matter, so his move to injured reserve was anticipated. Marcus Murphy was promoted to the active roster in a corresponding move and checks in as the third-string running back behind LeSean McCoy and Mike Tolbert.

Ankle - Injured Reserve
Eric Wood
Wood (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation heading into Thursday's game against the Jets.

Wood was removed from the Bills' injury report after turning in a full practice Wednesday following limited sessions Monday and Tuesday. The 31-year-old should start at center like he usually does and play a full slate of snaps.

Rickey Hatley
No Updates
Tyrod Taylor
Taylor was able to walk off the field to the locker room under his own power after being knocked to the ground hard late in Sunday's 10-3 playoff loss to the Jaguars.

Taylor was replaced in the game by Nathan Peterman. Prior to his exit, Taylor had completed 17 of 37 passes for 134 yards, while adding seven carries for 27 yards.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Quan Bray
Bray signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Monday.

Bray played in 24 games with the Colts over the past three seasons, primarily serving as a kick and punt returner. The 26-year-old is likely to see that area as his chance to make the Bills as he enters the team's offseason program.

Brandon Tate
Tate is inactive for Thursday's game against the Jets.

It looks like some combination of Jordan Matthews, Micah Hyde, Taiwan Jones and Deonte Thompson will serve as the primary return men Thursday. Tate is one of the league's better returners, but he doesn't offer much in the receiving game even though he made a big play last week against the Raiders. Coach Sean McDermott must have a different strategy set for this week, while Tate's outlook may not get much better once the Bills start suiting up newcomer Kelvin Benjamin in Week 10. Tate's best hope might be if his special teams replacements simply botch the job.

De'Ondre Wesley
No Updates
Stephen Hauschka
Hauschka made his only field-goal attempt, a 31-yarder, in Sunday's wild-card loss to the Jaguars. He did not attempt an extra point as the Bills were held to just three points on the day.

Considering the difficult location he kicks in, Hausch Money was exactly that all season, making 29 of 33 field-goal attempts and all 29 of his extra-point tries while setting the team record for most 50-plus yard makes (seven) in a season. That accuracy led him to the No. 15 spot among fantasy kickers for the campaign with 116 points, impressive considering the Bills struggled offensively all season. While the team will be undergoing some changes this offseason in an attempt to get its offense, and more specifically their passing game, up to snuff, Buffalo is thrilled with Hauschka's first campaign and his job as about as secure as they come in his field.

Kyle Williams
Williams, who played 45 defensive snaps and logged a tackle in his first-ever playoff game Sunday in a 12-season NFL career, is undecided about his future, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. "I don't have one," the veteran said about his timetable for a decision. "We'll meet with the people who need to be met with, and discuss it and we'll see where we go."

Williams was the heart and soul of the Bills' surprising run to the playoffs and can still play at a high level, but there's a lot of wear and tear on his body after all this time in the league, plus there's something to be said for finally reaching the playoffs and helping the team snap a 17-season drought. It seems unlikely he'd start fresh with a new team, so we'll see if he wants to come back for one more go-round with Sean McDermott's process.

Jerry Hughes
Hughes finished the season with 28 tackles, four sacks and one forced fumble.

Hughes was expected to thrive in new coach Sean McDermott's defense, but even though he was healthy and played a full 16-game slate for the sixth straight season, the big numbers never happened. The four sacks is the lowest he's had in five seasons with the Bills, and the same goes for his tackle total. He's still under contract with the team and didn't seem to end up in McDermott's doghouse at any point, so with the Bills lacking in pass rushers it would seem they'll bring Hughes back and hope he can perform better with a better grasp of the defense. Hughes' athleticism isn't the problem -- on the rare big plays he did make he looked as fast and strong as ever.

Cedric Thornton
Thornton signed a contract with the Bills on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old was on the open market for only a few days after the Cowboys cut ties with him when a hamstring injury sidelined him for much of training camp. Buffalo's decision to bring Thornton aboard suggests he's reasonably healthy now, but it's not expected that he'll see many snaps this season behind the dominant defensive tackle tandem of Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams.

Dean Marlowe
Marlowe (hamstring) was waived with an injury settlement Tuesday, Bill Voth of the Panthers' official site reports.

Marlowe is now free from injured reserve and can sign with another team.

Micah Hyde
Hyde was placed in the NFL's concussion protocol after exiting Sunday's 10-3 wild-card loss to the Jaguars, The Buffalo News reports.

Hyde departed in the first half to be evaluated for a concussion and didn't return, with the Bills' training staff having evidently determined that the safety did in fact suffer a head injury. It's expected that Hyde will be ready to go in time for training camp in the summer, but it's less certain if he'll be able to clear the protocol in time to make his first career Pro Bowl appearance Jan. 28.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
LeSean McCoy
McCoy (ankle) rushed 19 times for 75 yards and brought in six of eight targets for 44 yards in Sunday's 10-3 AFC wild-card loss to the Jaguars.

McCoy was in impressive form in the postseason battle, making an notably quick recovery from the ankle injury that befell him in the Week 17 playoff-clinching win over the Dolphins. The multi-time Pro Bowler ripped off a game-long 25-yard run and added a 16-yard catch among his six grabs, serving as his team's most consistent offensive weapon on the afternoon. However, the 29-year-old wasn't able to put it all on his shoulders, and Tyrod Taylor's head injury on the final drive made Buffalo's already steep chances of driving down the field for a touchdown even smaller. McCoy finishes his third Bills season with 287 rushes for 1,138 yards (4.0 yards per carry) and six touchdowns along with 50 receptions on 57 targets for 356 yards and another score, all over 16 regular-season games.

Nick O'Leary
O'Leary finished his third NFL season with 22 catches on 32 targets for 322 yards and two touchdowns.

All of those figures were career highs, though they still kept O'Leary off the radar of most leagues. The new coaching staff seems to like him and wasn't afraid to give him regular looks when starter Charles Clay was out with a knee injury for a spell, though O'Leary still seems best suited as an NFL backup. Even if by the small chance Clay isn't brought back for 2018, the team would be more likely to put a bigger passing threat in the starter's role and ride O'Leary as the backup for another season.

Shareece Wright
Wright (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Jacksonville, Mike Rodak of ESPN reports.

Wright sustained a concussion in Week 16 against the Patriots and is yet to return to practice. Leonard Johnson played a season-high 64 snaps in Wright's absence last week against the Dolphins and should again be primed for an elevated workload.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jeremy Butler
Butler (concussion) was reverted back to the Bills' injured reserve after being waived/injured Saturday, per the Official NFL Media site transaction log

Butler's concussion he suffered early in the preseason essentially cost him any shot at making the Bills' final roster.

Concussion - Injured Reserve
Nathan Peterman
Peterman came into Sunday's 10-3 AFC wild-card loss to the Jaguars with 1:16 remaining in the fourth quarter in place of Tyrod Taylor (concussion) and went 1-for-3 for 14 yards with an interception. He also rushed once for four yards and recovered his own fumble.

Peterman was pressed into duty when Taylor was hurt on the Bills' final drive. To his credit, he provided immediate results despite drawing the proverbial short straw in terms of game script, as he immediately was forced to scramble under heavy pressure with Buffalo's season on the line on a 4th-and-3 from their own 44. Peterman was able to get just enough for a first down and held on to the ball after momentarily losing the handle as he went to the ground. Following an impressive 14-yard connection with Deonte Thompson on the next play, however, matters began to derail for the rookie. He was whistled for intentional grounding on 2nd down and then saw another pass intended for Thompson get knocked in the air and intercepted by Jalen Ramsey on the following snap, a controversial play that survived instant replay review. In his defense, the 23-year-old was ill prepared experience-wise for such a critical postseason game situation, and in spot duty no less. He'll finish his first pro season having completed 24 of 49 passes for 252 yards with two touchdowns and five interceptions, as well having logged seven rushes for 23 yards, numbers generated across four regular-season games.

Joe Webb
Webb (ankle) is active for Sunday's Wildcard game against the Jaguars, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Webb dealt with an ankle injury throughout the week, leading to his questionable tag entering Sunday's game. Though he's active, he's unlikely to see any game action unless both Tyrod Taylor and Nathan Peterman were to go down with injury.

Charles Clay
Clay brought in three of five targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 10-3 AFC wild-card loss to the Jaguars.

Clay was able to overcome an in-game hamstring injury and finish out the contest. His catch total was a team high, but his middling 5.0 YPC spoke to the minimal impact he had overall. The modest numbers represent an underwhelming finish to a strong season for Clay, one that saw him bring in 49 of 74 targets for 558 yards and two touchdowns while fumbling once over 13 games.

Adolphus Washington
Washington was found not guilty of July allegations for improperly carrying a concealed firearm, Mike Rodak of ESPN reports.

It's unlikely Washington receives any punishment from the league office either.

Shaq Lawson
Lawson sustained an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.

Lawson was carted to the locker room but was still designated questionable to return. There has been no further information available on the injury at this point.

Ankle - Injured Reserve
Logan Thomas
Thomas, subbing in as the No. 2 tight end for an injured Nick O'Leary, caught both of his targets for 10 yards during Sunday's loss to the Patriots.

The converted quarterback did see the field for 33 percent of the offensive plays, but with O'Leary about to return to practice this week, Thomas could be relegated to No. 3 and mostly a special teams role.

Seantrel Henderson
Henderson (back) was a full participant in practices Thursday and Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dophins.

Because Cordy Glenn (foot, ankle) has been ruled out, Henderson is the next man up if left tackle Dion Dawkins is injured Sunday. Henderson will also see the field on occasions when the Bills use six offensive linemen.

Conor McDermott
McDermott (chest) wasn't on Wednesday's injury report and is in line to play Sunday against the Colts.

McDermott missed Week 13's game against the Patriots, but he's a depth asset and doesn't directly affect the Bills' offensive dynamic.

Richie Incognito
Incognito (shoulder) returned to Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

Incognito left Sunday's tilt momentarily after suffering a minor shoulder, but he was able to return in a timely manner.

Brandon Reilly
No Updates
Adam Redmond
Redmond was waived Friday by the Colts, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

With regular starter Ryan Kelly (foot) set to make his season debut Sunday against the 49ers and reenter the starting lineup, the Colts no longer had a need for an extra center on the roster. Redmond will be eligible to sign with any team or practice squad upon clearing waivers.

Mike Tolbert
Tolbert indicated this week that he'd like to continue his playing career, Jadon Ceravolo of the Bills' official site reports. "I deinitely have. I've got a lot of good football left in me, so we'll see what happens," said the veteran. "Obviously, I was on a one-year deal here and my contract is up."

Tolbert is a backup at best at this stage of his career, and even though his career traces back with coach Sean McDermott to Carolina, his production may have lacked enough (247 rushing yards, 3.7 yards per carry, one touchdown) that the Bills might be looking for more in the No. 2 and No. 3 running back spots, especially with starter LeSean McCoy soon crossing over the other side of 30. We'll see if the team gives him one more go-round, or if Tolbert is forced to find a specialty role with another franchise.

Colton Schmidt
No Updates
Marcus Murphy
Murphy's teammate LeSean McCoy (ankle) is active for Sunday's playoff game in Jacksonville.

McCoy is far from 100 percent, so there's still a chance he can't gut it through the entire game and a number of carries and short catches end up falling to Murphy, who totaled 48 yards from scrimmage in Week 17. However, given that Mike Tolbert is also in the mix and that McCoy plans to give it a full go, Murphy's role is more likely to be minimal.

Eddie Yarbrough
Yarbrough, who missed Wednesday's practice due to a chest injury, practiced fully Thursday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

With Shaq Lawson placed on injured reserve, Yarbrough is in line to start at defensive tackle along with veteran Kyle Williams, though Ryan Davis will be sprinkled in for certain packages.

Cordy Glenn
Glenn, who was placed on injured reserve inn December due to continued foot and ankle trouble, recently had a procedure performed by specialist Dr. Robert Anderson, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Coach Sean McDermott was upbeat about the procedure and says Glenn is on schedule to fully participate during the start of the offseason conditioning program in April. There's been some thought the team might move on from Glenn and his hefty contract given the solid substitute left tackle play of rookie Dion Dawkins, though the flip side of the coin is that the Bills would have quite the impressive offensive line heading into 2018 if Glenn is indeed healthy and they found a way to use both Glenn and Dawkins.

Foot - Injured Reserve
Jordan Poyer
Poyer posted career highs across the board in 2017, his first season in Buffalo, with 95 tackles, two sacks, 13 passes defensed, five interceptions and a fumble recovery.

Now that's some serious production the Bills (and IDP owners) received after signing Poyer as a free agent following three seasons from Cleveland. His numbers put him second among all safeties in IDP production, and with Poyer locked into a starting spot with the same defense and same coaching staff next season, he'll be a high pick when defensive players start getting selected.

Cory Carter
Carter (undisclosed) was waived/injured by the Texans on Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The Texans brought Carter in for added competition, but they opted for veteran Shane Lechler as their starter.

Tre'Davious White
White recorded seven tackles (three solo), three pass defensed and one interception in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

White now has three interceptions over the past four games. His seven tackles mark a new career-high, bringing his season-total to 57 (45 solo). He'll now face one of the toughest tasks on the season, trying to contain Tom Brady and Patriots' passing attack.

Andre Holmes
The Bills placed Holmes (neck) on injured reserve Tuesday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.

It looks like the neck soreness that sidelined Holmes for Sunday's 37-16 loss to the Patriots was set to keep him sidelined for the season finale against the Dolphins, so the Bills decided to shut the veteran wideout down. With 12 receptions for 113 yards and three scores over the Bills' first eight games, Holmes held a key complementary role in first half of the season, but he was largely phased out of the offense over the past two months. Over his past six outings before the injury, Holmes was targeted just four times, catching one ball for seven yards.

Neck - Injured Reserve
Ryan Groy
Groy (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

Groy will be ready to provide depth to the Bills' offensive line in a game that could clinch a playoff appearance.

Shamarko Thomas
Thomas signed with the Bills on Tuesday, Joe Buscaglia of 7 ABC Buffalo reports.

The Bills have done some roster shuffling in the defensive backfield, with Colt Anderson being moved to IR and Robert Blanton being released, while Thomas and fellow Tuesday signee Trae Elston will apparently compete for depth looks or special teams action.

Colt Anderson
Anderson injured his shoulder during Sunday's game against the Jaguars and is considered questionable to return.

Anderson appeared in just five contests throughout the regular season with the Bills, so his potential absence wouldn't have much of an impact on the team's defense.

Shoulder - Questionable for the start of training camp
Dion Dawkins
Dawkins (illness) is not listed on the injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Dawkins did not practice Wednesday due to an illness, but it looks like he's put that behind him and should be a full go for Sunday's matchup in Kansas City.

Jordan Mills
Mills (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports.

Mills was able to log a full practice Friday after appearing in limited fashion earlier this week, so he'll be good to go in the wild-card round.

Tanner Vallejo
Vallejo (knee) practiced without limitations Friday and is expected to be ready for Sunday's matchup with the Panthers.

Even though he's healthy, the rookie linebacker will be hard-pressed to find playing time behind Lorenzo Alexander and Ramon Humber, who combined for 18 tackles in Week 1. Expect to see Vallejo on special teams and select defensive packages.

John Miller
Miller (ankle) is not present on the Bills' Wednesday injury report.

Miller hasn't seen game action since Week 4 but appears to be clear of the lingering ankle injury. The 24-year-old started the first four games of the season, but it's unclear what role he'll return to since he has not seen the field in almost three months.

Jordan Matthews
Matthews confirmed Thursday that he underwent surgery on his left knee and right ankle, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

Matthews revealed the news on his personal Twitter account, posting a photo of his left knee in a heavy brace and his right ankle in a boot. It's unclear how lengthy of a recovery timeline Matthews will face for either injury, but neither surgery is expected to delay his start to the 2018 campaign. Matthews will head into free agency for the first time in his career after a disappointing, injury-plagued season with the Bills.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Patrick DiMarco
DiMarco (ankle) will be active for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

DiMarco's availability comes as no surprise as he was deemed likely to play heading into the weekend. He could see a slight uptick in snaps with Mike Tolbert (hamstring) sidelined, though LeSean McCoy and Travaris Cadet figure to lead the backfield in touches.

Lorenzo Alexander
Alexander said Monday that he intends to keep playing in 2018, Jadon Ceravolo of the Bills' official site reports. "I mean, that's the plan for me," Alexander said. "Obviously, the organization has to make a decision on whether or not they want to keep me. Then once that happens, I have to earn my right back on this team."

After coming out of nowhere to produce 12.5 sacks in his first season with the Bills in 2016 at age 33, Alexander took a step back in 2017 as he was used more in run defense under a new scheme compared to his pass-rushing ways in 2016. However, he was still an effective contributor with 74 tackles (59 solo), three sacks and three forced fumbles in 16 games. The linebacker remains under contract through the 2018 season, and given his reasonable $3.4 million cap hit, it would be surprising if the Bills cut him during the offseason. That being said, Alexander could end up ceding more frequent snaps to the team's younger reserve linebackers as the Bills -- assuming they want him back -- try to keep him as fresh and effective as possible.

Reid Ferguson
No Updates
Xavier Woodson-Luster
Woodson-Luster signed a contract with the Raiders on Tuesday.

Woodson-Luster, an undrafted rookie out of Arkansas State, originally signed with the Raiders in May, but didn't survive roster cuts this past weekend. However, the team has since placed two players on injured reserve, creating an opening for Woodson-Luster to join the 53-man roster.

Deonte Thompson
Thompson (shoulder) brought in two of six targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 10-3 AFC wild-card loss to the Jaguars.

Thompson's yardage total -- albeit very modest -- served as the second-highest on the team during an afternoon where both passing games were largely stuck in neutral for the majority of four quarters. The veteran wideout was also the target on Nathan Peterman's season-ending interception. A pickup ahead of Week 6 following his release by the Bears, the 28-year-old was afforded the most extensive playing time of his career and responded with personal bests in receptions (27), targets (51), and receiving yards (430) across 11 games in a Bills uniform. With the team's depth at the position relatively thin, Thompson could conceivably make a 2018 return to Buffalo.

Marquavius Lewis
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Aaron Green
The Bills signed Green to a reserve/future contract Monday, The Buffalo News reports.

Green, a second-year product out of TCU, didn't log any NFL action in 2017 but finished the campaign on the Bills' practice squad. He'll now join Buffalo for offseason workouts with the hopes of sticking around in the organization through training camp, though he'll face an uphill battle to crack the 53-man roster.

Lafayette Pitts
Pitts was claimed off waivers by the Bills on Wednesday.

Pitts spent the first seven weeks of the season as a special teams contributor for the Jaguars prior to being waived Tuesday. The 25-year-old will likely take on a similar role in Buffalo.