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Buffalo Rumblinks, 12/7: Von Miller will play vs. Chiefs, despite recent arrest

Plus, TE Dawson Knox and CB Kaiir Elam appear set to return to practice

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As the NFL continues its ongoing investigation into domestic violence allegations against Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller, who was arrested in Texas, today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks discusses the news that Miller will both be a part of the team and will play in the Bills’ Week 14 road game against the Kansas City Chiefs, according to general manager Brandon Beane.

Edge rusher Von Miller to play Sunday vs. Chiefs

During a Wednesday press conference with reporters, Beane said that Miller remains with the team and is set to take the field at Arrowhead Sunday afternoon when Buffalo takes on the reigning Super Bowl champion Chiefs.

The news comes less than a week after Miller was arrested on domestic violence charges last Thursday. Beane also told the media that the team has been in conversation with both Miller and his agent, and the Bills have been working with the NFL as it conducts its ongoing investigation into the incident.

With what the Bills currently know, they don’t expect Miller will find his way onto the Commissioner’s Exempt List, which is a special player status available to teams dealing with unusual circumstances.

TE Dawson Knox, CB Kaiir Elam set to return to practice

On Wednesday, the Bills opened the 21-day practice windows for tight end Dawson Knox (wrist surgery) and cornerback Kaiir Elam (ankle). Read how Knox will fit into offensive coordinator Joe Brady’s system, and the case for Elam to get another chance at boosting Buffalo’s man coverage.

Even more Bills news

We find out how running back Leonard Fournette is patiently waiting for his opportunity to contribute to Buffalo’s offense, get an update from Beane on the NFL’s investigation into Shaq Lawson’s behavior during the loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, hear ESPN’s Mike Greenberg step up and defend quarterback Josh Allen, relive wide receiver Stevie Johnson’s career, and more!

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