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Kyle Williams may not play Sunday due to back injury

December 09, 2016 - 5:58 am

By Sal Capaccio

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Bills defenive lineman Kyle Williams is suddenly questionable for the team's game Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a back injury.  Head coach Rex Ryan said he's concerned that the issue will prevent Williams from playing:


Ryan said Williams' back "locked up on him" last night and "we'll see how it goes, so obviously it's a big concern."


It appears wide receivers Watkins, Woods, and Marquise Goodwin will all be on the field together for the first time since week two.  Watkins (foot) and Woods (knee) are both offiially listed as questionable, but Ryan indicated both will be ready to play.

Linebacker Lerentee McCray is the only player officially OUT for the game while he's in concussion protocol.

Along with Williams, Watkins, and Woods, linebacker Brandon Spikes (illness), tight end Charles Clay (knee), and offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (back) are also questionable.  Spikes and Williams were the only players on the list who missed practice Friday.  The rest were limited.


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