The Buffalo Bills have placed cornerback Levi Wallace on Injured Reserve and re-signed Cam Lewis to the team's active roster.
Wallace injured his ankle early in the team's 30-23 win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. Head coach Sean McDermott had called him week-to-week on Monday.
Lewis, a University at Buffalo product, had been on the active roster already this season, but released and re-signed to the practice squad last week. Wallace will miss a minimum of three games after being placed on I.R..
Cornerback Josh Norman made his Bills' debut on Sunday after Wallace went down, and is now expected to start opposite Tre'Davious White. However, White was one of nine players who did not fully participate in practice on Wednesday. He was listed on the team's official injury report as having a back injury.
There's a lot of uncertainty surrounding the team's game Sunday in Nashville against the Tennessee Titans due to the recent outbreak of positive COVID-19 tests at the team facility, but as of right now, the game is still on.
Prior to practice, head coach Sean McDermott said the team was still evaluating the injury situations of Wallace and linebacker Matt Milano when asked whether or not either would land on Injured Reserve. Then Wallace was placed on I.R. a few hours later.
Offensive guard Jon Feliciano wasn't listed on Wednesday's report because he's still on I.R.. However, he practiced for the first time all season after tearing a pectoral muscle right before training camp. That means the team now has until Oct. 27 (21 days) to place him on the active roster.
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