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Bills vs. Cardinals Injury Report: Kyle Williams, Jairus Byrd Questionable

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The Buffalo Bills listed 10 players on the injury report for Week 6 against Arizona. Four are out (three starters), two will play (Mario Williams and Aaron Williams), and four projected starters are questionable.

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A whopping ten members of the Buffalo Bills are listed on the Week 6 injury report for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, but the good news is that six of those ten are expected to play.

That group of six players includes four that were listed as questionable on Friday: right guard Chad Rinehart, center Eric Wood, defensive tackle Kyle Williams and free safety Jairus Byrd. Wood and Byrd practiced all week, but Williams didn't get onto the field until Friday while Rinehart got the last day of the week off for rest. Still, head coach Chan Gailey seemed reasonably assured that all four would be available on Sunday.

Also likely to play are two players listed as probable: defensive end Mario Williams and cornerback Aaron Williams.

That leaves four players listed as out, and the names will not surprise you: left tackle Cordy Glenn, right guard Kraig Urbik, defensive end Mark Anderson and defensive tackle Spencer Johnson. Of that group, Glenn, Urbik and Johnson could be close to returning - perhaps as soon as next week, but not too far beyond that if not - while Anderson was given a 3-9 week timetable by Gailey on Friday.