Bills LB Matt Milano finished the week with a full practice Saturday and carries no game status into Monday night against the Titans. That's noteworthy after he missed the Week 5 contest in Kansas City with a hamstring injury. Assuming Milano gets back to full playing time, he carries plenty of upside against a Titans offense that has supplied the 2nd most fantasy points to LBs so far.
Bills LB Matt Milano (knee) is active for today's game against the Jets. He managed only a single limited practice this week, though, and carries risk in IDP lineups.
Bills LB Matt Milano (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets. He put in only a limited Friday practice and looks like a player better avoided in IDP lineups this week. We'll watch Milano's status over the weekend.
Bills LB Matt Milano (oblique) put in a limited practice Wednesday. That at least gives him a chance to return this week after missing Sunday's loss to the Jets. We'll watch his status this week, both for IDP purposes and matchups for the Vikings offense.
As expected, Bills LB Matt Milano (oblique) is inactive for today's game against the Jets. Rookie Terrel Bernard is expected to start in his place.
Bills LB Matt Milano (oblique) is not expected to play today against the Jets, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That would leave rookie Terrel Bernard starting in his place. Milano's absence is good news for Jets RB Michael Carter and TE Tyler Conklin. He is Buffalo's best LB, especially in coverage. We have removed Milano from our Week 9 IDP rankings.
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