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The Buffalo Bills have begun their week of preparations for this Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals out at Arizona State University, and they're doing so with a banged up roster.
We've been talking all week about how banged up the Buffalo Bills are, and you can add two more names to the growing list of players with ailments: defensive tackle Kyle Williams and center Eric Wood.
Williams did not practice on Wednesday, sitting out due to an ankle injury. He is expected to practice Thursday and play on Sunday, but given the fact that the Bills will already be without Mark Anderson and Spencer Johnson this weekend - not to mention that Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus have been dinged at various points in the season, as well - this news is certainly concerning.
Wood, meanwhile, did practice yesterday, but was a limited participant with a foot injury. Again, he's expected to play on Sunday, but with the line around him seemingly falling to pieces, any injury news on Wood is unsettling.
Joining Williams on the sidelines were four players that are already ruled out for Sunday, for all intents and purposes: Anderson and Johnson on the defensive line, and Cordy Glenn and Kraig Urbik on the offensive line. Jairus Byrd, who is listed with a chest injury but may also still have a hip issue, was a limited participant Wednesday.
The other two Williamses - Mario and cornerback Aaron Williams - were on the injury report yesterday, as well, the end with a wrist injury and the corner with a hand ailment. Both were full participants, and may end up being removed from the injury report altogether in the coming days.