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Buffalo Bills injury report: Tyrod Taylor not practicing

The injury list continues to grow. The good news? Tre’Davious White is back at practice

New England Patriots v Buffalo Bills Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills (6-6) are preparing to host the Indianapolis Colts (3-9) at 1 p.m. Sunday at New Era Field, and there are several big names on the injury report ahead of Wednesday’s practice.

First-year head coach Sean McDermott said that starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor (knee), running back Travaris Cadet (concussion), right guard John Miller (ankle), and defensive end Eddie Yarbrough (chest) would not practice Wednesday as they deal with their respective injuries.

Taylor suffered a patella tendon contusion on the Bills’ first offensive play of the game vs. the New England Patriots, and he is considered day-to-day. McDermott told the media Monday that "when healthy, Tyrod is our quarterback."

Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee), tight end Charles Clay (knee), left tackle Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle), cornerback Leonard Johnson (knee), fullback Mike Tolbert (hamstring), and cornerback Tre’Davious White (concussion) will be limited in practice.

It is encouraging to see White back out on the practice field, even in a limited capacity, following Rob Gronkowski’s blindside cheap shot hit to the back of White’s head late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 23-3 win by the Patriots.

The injuries continue to mount for the Bills, who on Tuesday placed wide receiver Jordan Matthews and defensive lineman Shaq Lawson on the season-ending injured reserve list with a knee and ankle injury, respectively.