Davis, Butler miss practice for Bills; Mahomes limited

The Chiefs quarterback remains in the league's concussion protocol
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The first injury report of AFC Championship Week is out and the Buffalo Bills had a couple key players sit out Wednesday's session.

Rookie wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) and defensive tackle Vernon Butler (quad) were both listed as "did not practice," while several others were listed with injuries, but practiced in some capacity.

One name notably absent from the list is wide receiver Cole Beasley, who had been on the report every day for the past three weeks with a knee injury.

The Bills will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at 6:40 p.m. EST for the right to go to Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay.

As far as the Chiefs, all eyes are on quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who is in the league's concussion protocol, but also dealing with a toe injury. The Chiefs released an injury report that initially said Mahomes was a "full" participant in Wednesday's practice, but then corrected it and sent another stating he was "limited," along with four other players.

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