Bills vs. Titans Injury Report: George Wilson Out

TORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 30:George Wilson #37 of the Buffalo Bills celebrates making an interception against the Washington Redskins at Rogers Centre on October 30, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario. Buffalo won 23-0. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

For a third straight week, the Buffalo Bills will be without the services of veteran strong safety George Wilson (neck) when they take on the Tennessee Titans this Sunday.

Wilson suffered a stinger in a Week 10 loss to Dallas, and has missed the team's last two games against Miami and New York. He'll once again be replaced by rookie Da'Norris Searcy in the starting lineup. Once again, he did not practice at all this week.

Dave Rayner will continue to handle kicking duties for Rian Lindell (shoulder), who is doubtful and at least another game away from being ready to return. Lindell reportedly did some kicking in three limited practices this week, but the team is not yet comfortable with the prospect of him needing to tackle on kickoff coverage.

Two more players - wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt (shoulder) and cornerback Leodis McKelvin (ribs) - are probable. Roosevelt will likely serve as the fourth receiver, while McKelvin could handle return duties and serve as the dime back behind Drayton Florence, Aaron Williams and Justin Rogers.

H/T: WGR 550's Joe Buscaglia on Twitter

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