Only one of the Buffalo Bills’ players is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Defensive end Darryl Johnson (knee) hasn’t been able to practice this week, and while head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t willing to rule him out altogether, his chances don’t look great. Several other players showed up on the injury report this week, but none of them are in doubt to play in the game.
Not everyone will be 100 percent. Cole Beasley (knee) was limited in practice all week, and he’s wearing a knee brace at the moment. Tremaine Edmunds (hamstring) and Justin Zimmer (groin) will probably be a little cautious trying to avoid aggravating potentially dicey injuries. But overall, the Bills are pretty healthy going into their next playoff game—that includes Stefon Diggs (oblique), Ed Oliver (ankle), Tyler Bass (hand), Edmunds, and Zimmer, all of whom were full practice participants on Thursday.
For the Ravens, there were some questions about whether Marcus Peters and Matthew Judon would be playing, given that both players missed the first two days of Ravens practice. But they showed up on Thursday, at least. Peters (and D.J. Fluker, who was limited all week) are questionable for the game.