Bills rule three players out Sunday against Browns

Greg Rousseau, Tremaine Edmunds and Tre'Davious White are all not available for Buffalo in Detroit

Buffalo, N.Y. (WGR 550) – As the Buffalo Bills gear up to take on the Cleveland Browns this Sunday afternoon at Ford Field in Detroit, head coach Sean McDermott has declared three players out for the contest.

During his Zoom call with the media on Friday, McDermott says linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, defensive end Greg Rousseau and cornerback Tre'Davious White will not play due to injury.

Rousseau will miss his second-straight game this week after suffering an ankle sprain during a loss to the New York Jets a couple weeks ago. Meanwhile, Edmunds continues will sit out after reaggravating a groin injury during this past week's overtime loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

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As for White, he continues to rehab the repaired torn ACL in his knee that he suffered last Thanksgiving against the New Orleans Saints. While he continues to be a full participant at practice, McDermott has reiterated that White is not ready to play at this moment.

Kickoff on Sunday in Detroit is set for 1 p.m. EST.

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