CINCINNATI -- The Buffalo Bills won't use three players at right tackle, after all.
Cyrus Kouandjio is among the team's inactive players for Sunday's game against the Bengals, leaving Jordan Mills and Seantrel Henderson to compete for playing time at the position.
Also inactive for the Bills are linebacker Brandon Spikes, tight end Gerald Christian, quarterback Cardale Jones, wide receiver Walter Powell, cornerback Marcus Roberson and defensive tackle Corbin Bryant, who was declared out Friday because of a shoulder injury. The Bills will go with just two tight ends in Charles Clay and Nick O'Leary, while Powell being inactive is another sign receiver Percy Harvin is ready for a bigger workload.
The Bengals' inactives are quarterback Jeff Driskel, wide receiver Cody Core, cornerback KeiVarae Russell, linebacker Rey Maualuga, guard Christian Westerman, defensive tackle DeShawn Williams and tight end C.J. Uzomah.