Buffalo Bills Week 3 Injury Report: Dawson Knox appears good to go

The Buffalo Bills have released their final injury report before their week three game, after some concern, it all appears okay
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As we head into week three of the 2023 NFL Season, the Buffalo Bills sit with a record of 1-1. The Bills rolled the Las Vegas Raiders last Sunday in Orchard Park. Led by Josh Allen, the team had a huge bounce-back game from their week one debacle against the New York Jets. The Bills will head to FedEx field to battle the undefeated Washington Commanders this Sunday.

So far, the Bills have been relatively healthy all summer and through the first two weeks of action. It’s quite a change of pace from last season, where it seemed like the Bills were hit with injury after injury. Jordan Poyer played through multiple injuries last season and Micah Hyde missed the entire year after a week-two neck injury. Josh Allen played half the year with a partially torn UCL and Von Miller suffered a Thanksgiving ACL tear.

As aforementioned, it’s been relatively clean for the Bills injury report so far. The most notable one was a hamstring injury that held Terrel Bernard out all preseason. However, some minor issues popped up at the end of the Bills rout of the Las Vegas Raiders. Micah Hyde had a hamstring injury and Leonard Floyd injured his ankle.

The most notable issue this week was a random back injury designation that kept Dawson Knox out of practice this week. Not too long ago, the team released their final injury report for the game, which has to include injury designations for all players dealing with injuries leading up to the game.

Here is Friday’s Injury Report for the Buffalo Bills for Week 3 against the Washington Commanders