The Buffalo Bills will be without No. 2 tight end Nick O'Leary on Sunday against the New England Patriots.
O'Leary, who was listed as questionable, will miss the game because of a back injury. That means Logan Thomas, who has been inactive the last two weeks, will dress.
Also inactive for the Bills are wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (knee), guard John Miller (ankle), running back Mike Tolbert (hamstring), left tackle Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle), cornerback Shareece Wright and offensive tackle Conor McDermott. Wright has been a healthy inactive for three straight games.
Former Bills running back Mike Gillislee is inactive for the Patriots. Former Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan is also inactive for New England because of a shoulder injury, while offensive tackle Marcus Cannon is out with an ankle injury. Linebacker Trevor Reilly (concussion), offense tackle LaAdrian Waddle (ankle), wide receiver Matthew Slater (hamstring) and defensive lineman Trey Flowers (rib) are also out for New England. Flowers is New England's leading pass rusher with six sacks.