Injuries have taken much of the guess work out of projecting which seven players will be inactive for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cornerback Stephon Gilmore (shoulder), running back Karlos Williams (shoulder), linebacker Nigel Bradham (ankle) and cornerback Ron Brooks (concussion) were previously ruled out by coach Rex Ryan on Friday.
Here is a look at three other players who could join them in the press box:
Quarterback Josh Johnson: The Bills have gone with just two active QBs all season long.
Defensive end Lavar Edwards: Signed prior to Week 13, Edwards was a healthy inactive last week. It would be mildly surprising if that were to change.
Guard John Miller: The Bills could have eight offensive linemen active without Miller, who is questionable for the game with an ankle injury. Veteran Kraig Urbik has been a serviceable replacement at right guard, so there isn't a need to rush Miller back.