Four defensive players declared out for Bills

See the final injury report for the Bills and Dolphins

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills' depth will be seriously tested when they face the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, especially on defense.

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Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced Friday morning on WGR that safety Micah Hyde (neck), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstring) and cornerback Dane Jackson (neck) would all miss Sunday's contest in South Florida. Then after practice, it was revealed that defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) was going to miss his second-straight game.

In addition to those four, safety Jordan Poyer (foot) and defensive tackle Tim Settle (ankle) are listed as questionable. On the offensive side, tight end Dawson Knox (foot), wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle), and center Mitch Morse (elbow) are also listed as questionable.

Both teams come into the game 2-0 and tied atop the AFC East.

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For the Dolphins, offensive tackle Terron Armstead (toe), defensive tackle Raekwon Davis (knee), cornerback Xavien Howard (groin), and wide receiver Cedrick Wilson, Jr. (ribs) are all listed as questionable, while tight ends Cethan Carter and Hunter Long are both declared out.

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