Dion Dawkins out Thursday against Patriots

Both the Bills and Patriots released their final injury report of the week on Wednesday

Foxborough, Mass. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills have ruled out both pass rusher Von Miller (knee) and left tackle Dion Dawkins (ankle) for their game Thursday night against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

Both players were injured in last week’s Thanksgiving Day win over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.

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Tight end Quinin Morris, who was a full participant at Wednesday’s final practice of the week, is listed as questionable to play due to an illness that caused him to miss the first two days of the practice week.

Miller, Dawkins, and Morris are the only players who carry an injury designation into the game, which means everyone else on the active roster is healthy enough to play.

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As for the Patriots, they have also ruled out two players for Thursday's game: running back Damien Harris (thigh) and offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn (foot). The team has listed six other players as questionable for the game, including center David Andrews and wide receiver Jakobi Meyers.

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