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Trent Murphy and Kyle Williams are a full go for the Buffalo Bills this Sunday

The defensive line is back to full strength

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

Over the course of training camp and preseason, the Buffalo Bills defensive line took a hit when Kyle Williams and Trent Murphy went down with injuries. Murphy has been battling a groin injury for the past few weeks and Williams has been dealing with a knee injury. The Bills took their usual cautious approach and both players will be ready to go for Sunday’s opener at the Baltimore Ravens after a full week of practice. Coach Sean McDermott said in his press conference today that Murphy will be held to a pitch count for the game.

Rookie wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud III will be out for the game with a knee injury he suffered during the preseason. McCloud was sidelined for practice the entire week and the Bills will be without one of their most shifty players in the open field.

Backup linebacker Julian Stanford is questionable for the game with a nose injury he suffered in the last preseason game against the Chicago Bears.

You can read the injury report for the Baltimore Ravens at Baltimore Beatdown.