The Bills will be without both Kyle Williams and Mario Williams on the defensive line Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. While the former is done for the season, the latter is still working through a foot injury suffered in Buffalo's 20-13 loss to New England and could be out multiple weeks.
"That's a possibility but it's not going to be a season one," coach Rex Ryan said. "Could he miss another week? That could be a possibility. Hopefully not, though. We're doing everything we can to get him back."
Ryan added that quarterback Tyrod Taylor is "ready to roll." After not throwing at Wednesday's practice, he threw Thursday and Friday. He's listed as probable with the shoulder injury suffered Monday night.
The Bills only went in pads one day this week, on Thursday.
"We actually went a full-speed period today just so we could start throwing the ball and try to get that tempo a little bit," Ryan said. "In a way, it's been good for us. We've had a ton of walkthrough reps. We're on top of the game plan. When you do this, you're at risk for the execution and all that. We feel good about where we are mentally and we'll be fresh going into this game, albeit the third straight road game."
Out: DT Kyle Williams (knee), WR Marcus Easley (concussion), G John Miller (ankle), DE Mario Williams (foot)
Probable: DT Marcell Dareus (knee), S Bacarri Rambo (shoulder), QB Tyrod Taylor (right shoulder)