Buffalo Bills have no players on the injury report for Week 1

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The Buffalo Bills are set to kick off the 2023 season on Monday night against the New York Jets and are entering the season with no injury concerns. The Bills only had one player limited all week which was safety Micah Hyde.

The Bills starting safety began the week with a back injury that limited him during practice. However, he was able to practice in full on Friday (although it was only a walkthrough) but was a full participant again on Saturday. He now enters this game with no injury designation.

This game will be the first time since Thanksgiving 2021 when the Bills defense will have Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde and Tre'Davious White on the field at the same time. White suffered an ACL injury on Thanksgiving against the New Orleans Saints in 2021 and the injury would force him to miss the remainder of that season and the first part of last season.

However, he would return midway through the season but at that point Micah Hyde was already out with a neck injury. He suffered that injury in Week 2 against the Tennessee Titans and would miss the remainder of the year.

As for the New York Jets, they also seem to be entering this game relatively healthy as they have only three players who are questionable. Offensive tackles Mekhi Becton (knee, illness) and Duane Brown (shoulder) would miss practices early in the week but were both full participants on Saturday.

In addition, running back Breece Hall was limited on Thursday and Friday but was a full participant on Saturday as he works his way back from a torn ACL suffered in Week 7 last season. This is big matchup for both teams as they are expected to be competing for the division title in the AFC East and looks like neither will be missing key players.

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