The Buffalo Bills have a nearly perfect injury report after Friday’s practice.
The Buffalo Bills have had to deal with a number of injuries over the course of the season but they are entering Week 13 as healthy as they have been almost at any point this season. The team will have one more practice before they have to release their official injury designations ahead of Monday night’s matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
On Friday’s injury report, the Buffalo Bills had only one player limited which was quarterback Jake Fromm. However, this is only due to the fact that he is practicing away from the team since he is the Bills’ emergency quarterback this season.
The other players on the injury report practiced in full which was quarterback Josh Allen, offensive guard Jon Feliciano, tight end Reggie Gilliam and running back Taiwan Jones. This was the second straight practice that Allen and Feliciano were full participants. As for Gilliam and Jones, they were both limited yesterday due to hamstring injuries but were not held back on Friday due to the injury.
While the injury report is good news, the Bills do have some lingering questions about whether or not Matt Milano and Tyrel Dodson will be available this week. The team designated both players as returning from injured reserve, which started a 21-day clock where the team would need to move them to the active roster.
The good news is that it sounds like Milano hasn’t had any setbacks but Sean McDermott wasn’t quite ready to commit to him being active this week against the San Francisco 49ers.
If the Buffalo Bills were to activate Milano, Dodson, or both, they currently have the roster space available and could add them without additional moves. The team currently has 51 players on their active roster after placing John Brown and Cody Ford on injured reserve last weekend.