The Buffalo Bills have announced their list of seven inactive players for today's game against the Washington Redskins, and while there are three starters on the list, three more key contributors that had been listed as questionable are going to play.
First, the inactives:
- QB Josh Johnson (healthy scratch)
- TE Charles Clay (back)
- OT Seantrel Henderson (illness)
- DL Lavar Edwards (healthy scratch)
- LB Nigel Bradham (ankle)
- LB Max Valles (healthy scratch)
- CB Ron Brooks (concussion)
Running back Karlos Williams, defensive end Mario Williams, and safety Bacarri Rambo had all been listed as questionable with their various ailments, but all three will suit up and play for the Bills today.
Clay will be replaced at tight end by Chris Gragg. Henderson, who is reportedly battling Crohn's disease and may not play again this season, will be replaced by Jordan Mills at right tackle. Bradham's absence will mean that veteran Manny Lawson sees a ton of playing time as a starting linebacker for the third straight week.