After it was revealed a couple of days ago that Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin’s knee injury most likely wouldn’t be long-term, we have now learned that he is officially being regarded by the team as day-to-day.
Benjamin did not practice on Wednesday. Head coach Sean McDermott said “we’ll see” when further questioned on his receiver’s availability for Sunday.
In addition to Benjamin, Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle), Dion Dawkins (illness), and John Miller (ankle) all did not practice on Wednesday. Mike Tolbert (hamstring) was among a bevy of players that were limited.
In some positive news for the Bills, Micah Hyde, who suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s game, was a full participant along with Andre Holmes (ankle).
For Wednesday’s full injury report, click here.
The 5-5 Bills are preparing to take on the 6-4 Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. Buffalo will look to end its current three-game losing streak, while Kansas City comes into the game having lost its last two contests.