Wide receiver Deonte Thompson was listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Miami and will be a game-time decision, coach Sean McDermott said Friday.
Thompson injured a shoulder in practice Thursday and was evaluated after the injury. He was a limited participant in practice Friday.
Given Thompson's questionable status, the good news for Bills fans is that McDermott said it is looking good for Kelvin Benjamin to play Sunday. Benjamin was listed as limited Friday.
Left tackle Dion Dawkins was not at practice during the portion open to the media. The Bills said he was excused for personal reasons but is expected to play Sunday.
Cornerback Shareece Wright (concussion) did not practice and is the only player listed as out for the Bills.
Center Ryan Groy (illness) was back after missing practice this week and also is listed as questionable.
Bills running back Travaris Cadet announced on Twitter that he had undergone surgery. Cadet suffered a broken ankle against the Patriots.
thanks to God Surgery went well appreciate everyone’s thoughts n prayers thank you #GOBILLS
— Travaris Cadet (@TravarisCadet39) December 29, 2017