Edmunds and Milano both declared out for Sunday's matchup with Dolphins

The Bills will be missing their two starting linebackers, while Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker is questionable

The final injury report is out for the Buffalo Bills' Week 2 contest against the Miami Dolphins this Sunday and, as expected, the Bills will be without their two starting linebackers, Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano.

Bills head coach Sean McDermott originally confirmed the news with Howard Simon and Jeremy White during his weekly Friday appearance on WGR.

Buffalo will also be without backup linebacker Del'Shawn Phillips, who is dealing with a quad injury.

No other Bills players are listed as having an injury designation, which means everyone else should be available to play.

Edmunds injured his shoulder in last week's win over the New York Jets and has been limited at practice all this week. Meanwhile, Milano hasn't practiced at all after injuring his hamstring in the game.

A.J. Klein and Tyrel Dodson are the team's primary backup linebackers, along with Tyler Matakevich. Linebacker Del'Shawn Phillips also hasn't practiced this week due to a quad injury and the team recently signed Deon Lacey to their practice squad, where they also have Andre Smith.

For the Dolphins, wide receiver DeVante Parker, who left last week's game against the New England Patriots with a hamstring injury, is questionable. Head coach Brian Flores told reporters on Friday that Parker will be a game-time decision.

Linebacker Elandon Roberts was the only player declared out for the Dolphins.

You can listen to McDermott's interview with Howard and Jeremy below:

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