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Injury updates: Cole Beasley “week to week” with leg injury

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

The Buffalo Bills were pretty healthy entering their game against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football but a potential fly in the ointment sprouted up at the end of the game.

Receiver Cole Beasley came up limping (again) and was attended to by trainers on the bench. With either the two or three seed in hand, the Bills are likely to rest Beasley this Sunday and head coach Sean McDermott called him “week to week” in his Tuesday press conference. Beasley is just 33 yards short of his first career 1000-yard season but has personal highs in receptions and yards.

Fullback Reggie Gilliam didn’t practice during the week leading up to the game against New England and is also still week to week according to McDermott. He is dealing with a hamstring and knee injury.

Receiver John Brown, who had missed the previous four games due to injury, was cleared to return Monday before being placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. His status for Week 17 and beyond is up in the air.

At linebacker, Matt Milano played his highest snap count since injuries robbed him of multiple games this year. He played 88 percent of the defensive snaps and was pulled in the blowout. He should be good to go for the postseason.