The Buffalo Bills (6-2) head to Cleveland to play the 2-6 Browns, and the Bills have no one on the injury report heading into this Week 10 clash.
Head coach Sean McDermott declared that everyone was a full participant for Friday’s practice session. After being limited during Thursday’s practice session, safety Kurt Coleman (hamstring) and cornerback Kevin Johnson (knee) were back on the field as full participants. Both of them are expected to be deployed as they normally would vs. the Browns on Sunday.
On the other side of the field, the Browns will look to snap a four-game slide without two key defensive contributors. Defensive end Olivier Vernon (knee) and safety/slot cornerback Eric Murray (knee surgery) were ruled out for the Bills/Browns game after Friday’s practice.
In other Cleveland injury news, safety Damarious Randall is questionable with a hamstring injury, as are tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (knee) and tackle Kendall Lamm (knee).