When the Buffalo Bills kick off against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, the team will have an incredibly short injury report. Only right tackle Ty Nsekhe even appears on the list, but unfortunately, he is out for the game.
Nsekhe injured his ankle on November 17 during Buffalo’s 37-20 victory over the Miami Dolphins. He was carted off the field, and the injury initially looked like a season-ending one; however, head coach Sean McDermott has remained optimistic that Nsekhe will be able to return at some point this year.
Earlier in the week, guard Quinton Spain and running back T.J. Yeldon were both unable to practice due to illness, but both players returned to practice on Friday. Neither player appears on the injury report for the game.
For the Ravens, only four players carry injury designations heading into the game: cornerback Marlon Humphery (thigh), wide receiver Seth Roberts (ankle), linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (ankle), and Marquise “Hollywood” Brown (ankle). All four players practiced on Friday, and all four players are listed as questionable.