The Buffalo Bills ruled tight end, Dawson Knox, out for Week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Since the Buffalo Bills are playing on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs, they held their final practice of the week on Saturday. After that practice, they released the injury designations for this game and only ruled out one player.
That player was tight end Dawson Knox, who suffered a calf injury on Tuesday night against the Tennessee Titans. He did not practice at all this week so the fact the team ruled him out isn’t that much of a surprise.
They also listed four players as questionable starting with All-Pro corner Tre’Davious White. The team’s starting cornerback missed their last game against the Titans and his absence was evident during the course of the game.
The fact that he was able to practice in full the last two days is a good indication that he should be available for this game.
In addition to White, the Bills also listed linebacker Matt Milano and wide receiver John Brown as questionable. Both of these players also missed last week’s game but after practicing in full on Friday were limited on Saturday.
This is typically not a good sign but the coaching staff could just be trying to manage their workload.
One player that is expected to return this week is Zack Moss. The rookie running back has missed the past few weeks due to a toe injury but after practicing in full all week he doesn’t even have an injury designation heading into this game.
He should be available this week and should return to his previous role, which was splitting time with Devin Singletary in the backfield.
The Buffalo Bills will be facing the Kansas City Chiefs at 5 PM Monday at Bills Stadium. They will have to announce who is inactive roughly 90 minutes prior to the start of the game.