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Bills LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel) and EDGE Greg Rousseau (ankle) each put in full practices Monday and Tuesday, which makes them appear on track to return for Thursday night's game against the Patriots. Edmunds had decent outings against New England last year, tallying 7, 8 and 8 tackles in 3 meetings. You can find him and Rousseau in our Week 13 IDP rankings. Elsewhere on the injury report: S Damar Hamlin and CB Dane Jackson each missed Monday's practice with illness but returned for Tuesday's workout.

Bills EDGE Greg Rousseau returned to practice Sunday after missing the past 3 games with an ankle sprain. "I'm feeling good man, pretty close for sure," he said afterward, according to the team website. We'll see what the team practice reports say over the next 3 days, leading up to Thursday night's clash with the Patriots.

The Bills have ruled LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel) and EDGE Greg Rousseau (ankle) out for Thursday's game against the Lions. It's not surprising for either player. We've had LB Tyrel Dodson in the Week 12 IDP rankings instead of him for most of the week. Buffalo will also likely be without EDGE A.J. Epenesa (ankle), who is doubtful.

The Bills have ruled LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel) and EDGE Greg Rousseau (ankle) out for Sunday's game against the Browns. CB Tre'Davious White (ACL recovery) is also not yet ready to make his season debut. S Jordan Poyer (elbow) is questionable. He finished the week with a full Friday practice, which seems to point to him playing. We'll confirm Poyer's status Sunday morning.

The Bills have ruled out S Jordan Poyer (elbow) and EDGE Greg Rousseau (ankle) for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Jaquan Johnson figures to start next to Damar Hamlin again in Poyer's absence.

Bills LB Matt Milano (oblique) returned to full practice Thursday, which should put him on track to return for Sunday's game against the Vikings. LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel), S Jordan Poyer (elbow) and EDGE Gregory Rousseau (ankle) remained out, however. That bodes ill for their Week 10 chances. We'll see what Friday brings.

Bills LB Tremaine Edmunds (groin, heel), S Jordan Poyer (elbow) and EDGE Gregory Rousseau (ankle) all missed practice Wednesday. HC Sean McDermott called Edmunds and Poyer day-to-day afterward but deemed Rousseau week-to-week. That indicates Rousseau isn't likely to play Sunday against the Vikings. We'll see about the other 2. McDermott added that whether CB Tre'Davious White (ACL recovery) will be ready to play this week also remains a "day to day" situation.

Bills EDGE Gregory Rousseau suffered an ankle sprain in Sunday's loss to the Jets and is considered week to week, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That puts Rousseau in doubt for Sunday's game against the Vikings. We'll keep an eye on his status this week.

Bills EDGE Gregory Rousseau left Sunday's loss to the Jets with an ankle injury. We'll see about the severity this week.

Bills LB Matt Milano is questionable for Sunday night's game against the Chiefs with a hamstring injury. He missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before returning for limited work Friday. The late kickoff plus a negative scoring matchup for LBs makes Milano a tough guy to wait for in Week 5 IDP lineups. Try to go another route if you can help it. In deep leagues where you plan to wait, teammate A.J. Klein can serve as insurance. He'd likely see full or near-full time work if Milano sits. Consider available Chiefs, Colts and Ravens LBs as options as well. Elsewhere on the defense, S Jordan Poyer and CB Taron Johnson are ready to return after missing last week. DE Gregory Rousseau is also good to go after opening the week missing practice with a toe injury. CB Tre'Davious White was limited in practice every day with a shoulder issue but carries no injury status into the game. So he should be set for normal playing time as well.

The Bills have selected DE Gregory Rousseau 30th overall in the 2021 NFL Draft. Rousseau took a medical redshirt as a 2018 freshman after fracturing his right ankle but then exploded in his 2nd season. He racked up 15.5 sacks among 19.5 total tackles for loss, leading the conference in both categories and earning 2nd-team All-America honors. Rousseau opted out for 2020, though. He may need to add strength and refine his technique before earning consistently strong playing time in the NFL. Rousseau played multiple spots along the line in 2019 but likely lacks the bulk to hold up as an inside rusher early in the pros. In Buffalo, he lands in a great situation for developing his natural ability.

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