Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor is officially probable for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs and, barring something catastrophic, will start. That's despite the fact that he was limited throughout most of the week with a shoulder injury he suffered in Monday night's loss to New England.
"Tyrod is ready to roll" -- Rex— Sal Capaccio (@SalSports) November 27, 2015
Defensive lineman Marcell Dareus (knee) is also probable. He, too, was limited in practice this week with a knee injury that has been bothering him on and off. That's good news for a Bills defensive line that has (likely) lost Kyle Williams for the season, and which will be without Mario Williams on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
Mario Williams headlines the list of Bills players ruled out; Williams did not practice at all this week with a foot injury suffered in New England. Also ruled out: starting right guard John Miller (ankle), and special teams stalwart Marcus Easley (concussion).
Bacarri Rambo, who is dealing with a shoulder injury, practiced throughout the week and is likely to play, as well.