Aug. 9, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive end Mark Anderson (93) before a game against the Washington Redskins at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

Buffalo Bills Injury Report, Defensive Move

Going into next week against the Arizona Cardinals the Bills have a few more injuries on their hands, not like they needed to be in any worse of a position after their brutal defeat.

The most notable of the injured is Mark Anderson, who underwent an MRI on Monday. Anderson hurt his knee in the game this weekend.

The offensive line woes continue as the team could be down to its fourth string right guard. Craig Urbik will be out for a second week. His backup Chad Rinehart is nursing a calf injury. Chan Gailey says that Rinehart could be able to play this weekend. He won’t practice until after Wednesday.

Colin Brown, who took over right guard duties this weekend is also hurt. He suffered a hamstring injury and will be out for next week. If Brown cannot play we could see Sam Young, the third year player out of Notre Dame, get the start.

The secondary is a tad short handed as well, but Gailey believes that both players will likely play against Arizona. Jairus Byrd, who was questionable going into the 49er game, suffered another injury. This time his chest appears to be bothering him. Cornerback Aaron Williams appears to be ok after suffering a hand injury.

WGR’s Joe Buscaglia is reporting that rookie Nigel Bradham could be starting in place of Arthur Moats this weekend. Bradham saw a good amount of playing time this weekend, leading the team with six tackles. Moats has started every game so far this season, but the linebacking core has been very weak in the first five weeks.

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