Glenn, who was listed as doubtful with a back injury that kept him off the field for a portion of the loss to the Steelers last week, will officially miss the game after missing practice all week.
Lerentee McCray remains in the concussion protocol and will miss his second straight game. His spot on the coverage teams could be filled by recent practice squad promotion Shamiel Gary.
Dez Lewis is inactive for the second straight game, after seeing his first action of the season against the Raiders two weeks ago. Robert Woods should be close to full speed by now, so it’s unlikely that Lewis sees the field again unless someone else goes down.
Gerald Christian and Logan Thomas are both inactive again. Thomas still has yet to see the field after being signed off the Lions’ practice squad a couple weeks ago. He could see some action over the final two weeks of the season, especially if the Bills are knocked out of playoff contention today.
Reggie Bush is a surprise name on the list, in that he’s usually not on it. He hasn’t been much of a contributor this season, and the team is better served by having rooke Jonathan Williams (who was inactive last week) in the lineup.
Cardale Jones is inactive, as he has been all season. Don’t get your hopes up, Bills fans.
Missing from the list is Kyle Williams, who was listed as questionable with a back injury that caused him to miss the Steelers game. Considering the damage that LeVeon Bell did with Kyle out of the lineup, he’ll be welcomed back with open arms.
Here are the inactives for Cleveland: