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Bills vs. Dolphins, 2014 NFL Week 11: Monday practice report

The Buffalo Bills began their short work week preparing for the Miami Dolphins with just one player sidelined due to injury: defensive end Jarius Wynn.

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Roughly 24 hours after a Week 10 loss to Kansas City, the Buffalo Bills have released their first injury report for their upcoming Thursday Night Football matchup with the Miami Dolphins.

Only one player on the Bills' 53-man roster did not participate: reserve defensive end Jarius Wynn, who injured his knee in the second half of the 17-13 loss to Kansas City. On a short work week, it's fair to expect that he won't play in Miami, leaving just three healthy ends on the team going in: Mario Williams, Jerry Hughes, and Manny Lawson.

Four more players were limited in practice on Monday: running back Fred Jackson (groin), wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (ribs), wide receiver Marcus Easley (knee), and cornerback Ron Brooks (groin). Easley and Brooks both missed Sunday's loss, while Goodwin left early. That likely leaves Jackson as the player in this group with the best shot of playing on Thursday.

Sammy Watkins, meanwhile, was a full participant on Monday. He had been questionable for Sunday's game with a groin injury suffered in practice last Wednesday, but ended up playing 68 of 73 snaps in the defeat.