Dawson Knox ruled out against Chiefs

The Bills could get other key players back for Monday's game in Orchard Park
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By WGR 550 SportsRadio

Tight end Dawson Knox has been ruled out of the Buffalo Bills' game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, while wide receiver John Brown, linebacker Matt Milano, cornerback Tre'Davious White, and guard Quinton Spain were all listed as questionable on the final injury report of the week.

Knox suffered a calf injury in the team's 42-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday night in Nashville and hasn't practiced this week.

The team held it's final practice of the week on Saturday morning before taking on the Chiefs on Monday at 5 p.m. ET in Orchard Park. The game was originally scheduled for this past Thursday night, but postponed due to the Bills' matchup with the Titans game also being moved after the organization's recent COVID-19 outbreak.

Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds was no longer wearing a red non-contact jersey at practice on Saturday, as he did on Friday. Head coach Sean McDermott called wearing the red jersey "precautionary," but added that his shoulder injury will have to be managed each week due to the soreness that comes with it after games.

Turf issues:

An interesting note from the Bills head coach on Saturday's media call was that he said the organization has added some fill to the turf of the stadium to address some footing issues that have come up the first couple home games.

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