Three Buffalo Bills are questionable to play against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, including a surprise name. Efe Obada popped onto the injury report Friday with a calf injury that limited him in practice. His playing status is in question, as is Gabriel Davis (ankle) and Star Lotulelei (calf). Signs are positive for Lotulelei, who practiced fully on Friday. Davis was still limited on Friday, making him more of a 50-50 shot to play this weekend. The Bills have five other receivers who could operate if Davis needs to sit this one out, but given how many 4WR and 5WR sets the team played last week, they might still like to have Davis on the field if it won’t aggravate his ankle.
Safety Micah Hyde, who injured his neck on Thursday, was still limited in practice Friday. That said, the team felt like his status wasn’t in doubt for the weekend. The same goes for Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder) and Matt Milano (ankle) - both players practiced fully on Thursday and Friday, and are good to go this weekend. Emmanuel Sanders (foot) is also all set to play, practicing fully when the team wasn’t giving him a veteran’s day off.
Stefon Diggs and Jerry Hughes rounded out the practice report today, with both players being given veteran rest days.