The banged-up Buffalo Bills will be without two starters - you know, in addition to the seven others that are already on Injured Reserve - when they take on the New York Jets in Sunday's regular season finale. Here's the full injury report.
- RB LeSean McCoy (knee)
- LB Nigel Bradham (ankle)
McCoy, the Bills' lone 2015 Pro Bowl representative at present, ends his first season in Buffalo with 895 rushing yards, 292 receiving yards, and five total touchdowns. He'll be replaced in Week 17 by the two-headed monster of Karlos Williams and Mike Gillislee.
Bradham's ankle injury will have cost him the final five games of the season, and as a pending free agent, it's possible that we won't see him in a Bills uniform again. Manny Lawson has seen the biggest surge in playing time during Bradham's absence, but rookie A.J. Tarpley could continue to see more snaps, as well.
- QB Tyrod Taylor (shoulder)
- WR Chris Hogan (wrist)
- OG John Miller (ankle)
- DE Mario Williams (hand)
- DT Marcell Dareus (neck)
- CB Ronald Darby (groin)
- S Bacarri Rambo (shoulder)
In all likelihood, all seven of these players will start and play a lot against the Jets. The only indication that any of these players might be limited came from Rex Ryan, who indicated earlier this week that Jonathan Meeks will see more playing time at safety with Rambo ailing.
One final note: offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, who missed practice Thursday due to illness, returned to the field on Friday and is not on the report at all. He will start at left tackle on Sunday.