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Bills vs. Patriots Monday Night Football injury report: Kyle Williams out

The Bills already knew that they'd be playing without Kyle Williams in New England, but it's looking like everyone else on the active roster will be healthy enough to play.

Aside from defensive lineman Kyle Williams, who had already been ruled out and may or may not play again this season, the Buffalo Bills are heading into their Monday Night Football showdown with the New England Patriots pretty healthy.

Two players that had been listed on the injury report because of an illness, running back Karlos Williams and defensive back Leodis McKelvin, both practiced on Saturday, and are expected to play in Foxboro. Williams had practiced all week, but there was some concern with McKelvin after he missed practice on both Thursday and Friday.

Backup offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, who had missed the previous two games with a knee injury, was a full practice participant all week. He'll be back in his swing tackle role on Monday night, relegating Jordan Mills to the inactive list, in all likelihood.

There was also some concern about starting left guard Richie Incognito, who is nursing a banged-up shoulder, but he practiced at least on a limited basis all week, and he is expecting to play in New England, as well.