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Buffalo Bills inactives vs. Tennessee Titans, Week Six: John Brown, Tre’Davious White out

Not good news.

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The Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans are set to kick off at 7 p.m. EDT this evening in what will be the first Tuesday night NFL game since 2010. The Bills enter the game with quite a few players on their injury report, as 11 players appear on the list. Eight of those players carry an injury designation.

Who’s in and who’s out tonight? Here is the full list.

QB Jake Fromm

When Josh Allen hurt his left shoulder last weekend, there was a brief moment where I thought the Bills would need to break the glass and release Fromm from stasis. However, Allen returned, the Bills won, and Fromm remains on ice.

RB Zack Moss

The rookie is still dealing with the after-effects of a lingering toe injury, so T.J. Yeldon is active once again.

WR John Brown

One big addition to the inactive list is Buffalo’s No. 2 wideout, who had a calf injury morph into a knee injury, according to the injury report. Isaiah McKenzie and Gabriel Davis will see more snaps as a result, and kick returner Andre Roberts may appear more on offense, as well.

TE Lee Smith

After playing during Buffalo’s Week Three victory over the Los Angeles Rams, Smith has been relegated back to healthy-scratch status with Dawson Knox back from a concussion.

G Quinton Spain

In a bit of a surprise, it’s Spain out, with Brian Winters, who was nursing a knee injury, and Ike Boettger, who had been a healthy scratch all season, active instead.

LB Matt Milano

This is the one we already knew. Milano injured a pectoral muscle last week, and he was ruled out on Friday. Tyrel Dodson should see more time in nickel packages as a result, with veteran A.J. Klein seeing the field on obvious running downs.

CB Tre’Davious White

This one hurts. Buffalo’s top corner appeared on the injury report with a back injury, and with Levi Wallace already on injured reserve, Buffalo is perilously thin at corner. Josh Norman, who was just activated from IR last week, will start across from Cam Lewis. Siran Neal and Taron Johnson are the only other corners active.

Here are the Titans’ inactive players: