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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It Appears That Everyone for the Buffalo Bills is a full go

Dawson Knox

Tight end Dawson Knox has no designation heading into Sunday’s game. He missed practice completely on Wednesday and Thursday but logged full participation on Friday, which is the big key here. The Bills have gone heavily with the two tight end sets this year and having Knox is big for their week three matchup.

Micah Hyde

Safety Micah Hyde told the media after the game last Sunday that his hamstring injury wasn’t anything to worry about. Concerns popped up when he didn’t practice on Wednesday. Hyde made progress as the week went on, he was limited on Thursday and a full participant on Friday. He has no game status designation for Sunday and appears ready to roll.

Leonard Floyd

Edge rusher Leonard Floyd also told reporters that his ankle was nothing to worry about after injuring it last Sunday. The Bills defensive end has got off to an excellent start this year and has no designation for the game. He is another one who did not practice on Wednesday, was limited on Thursday, and was a full go on Friday. Floyd appears ready to start opposite of Rousseau for the third straight game.