In another sign that football is back, the Week 1 injury report is out - and fortunately for the Buffalo Bills, it's a slow week on that front.
Buffalo listed just two players on Wednesday's practice report. As expected, second-year linebacker Arthur Moats did not participate, as he continues to recover from a calf injury that he sustained in the Bills' pre-season loss to the Denver Broncos. Moats is expected to miss the first few weeks of the regular season.
Torell Troup also made the list after leaving practice early with what was typically described by media in attendance as a "lower body" injury. The Bills listed Troup as limited on the day with a back injury. His loss would be just a hair tougher for the Bills to sustain, as he's the only true 3-4 nose tackle on the roster - but the Bills have enough defensive line depth at the moment to make out alright if Troup isn't part of the rotation this weekend.
On Kansas City's side, quarterback Matt Cassel was a full participant, so you can forget about those early-week reports that said he might not play; he will. Rookie wideout Jonathan Baldwin did not practice as he continues to deal with a thumb injury.