After injuring his calf late in practice on Thursday, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Mike Williams has been ruled out for Sunday's road game against the Denver Broncos. He'll be sidelined along with defensive end Jarius Wynn (knee) and tight end Chris Gragg (knee), who have also been ruled out.
This will be the fourth game that Williams has missed this season, but the first due to injury; he's been a healthy scratch three times, including during last week's win over Cleveland. Indeed, his absence won't have much of an impact on Buffalo's strategy at all. The same can't be said for Gragg and especially Wynn, who had established themselves as key rotational reserves this season. Wynn will be missing his fourth straight game.
The rest of the Bills players listed on the injury report - including wide receivers Sammy Watkins (hip), Robert Woods (ankle), and Chris Hogan (hamstring), defensive tackle Marcell Dareus (hip), safety Bacarri Rambo (hamstring), and kicker Dan Carpenter (groin) - are listed as probable, and expected to play. That's critically important, considering that Watkins, Woods, Hogan, Dareus, and Carpenter all play vital roles on the team.
Left tackle Cordy Glenn and defensive tackle Kyle Williams, who each missed practice on Wednesday due to injury, are also expected to play.