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Kyle Williams inactive against Pittsburgh with back injury

The Buffalo Bills will be without one of their veteran leaders Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Defensive tackle Kyle Williams headlines Buffalo's list of inactive players. Williams is out because of a back injury he suffered Thursday night. He was unable to practice Friday, with coach Rex Ryan saying Williams' back "locked up" on him.

The other inactive players for the Bills on Sunday are: quarterback Cardale Jones, tight end Gerald Christian, tight end Logan Thomas, running back Jonathan Williams, wide receiver Dez Lewis and linebacker Lerentee McCray (concussion).

Receiver Robert Woods will be back in the lineup after missing two games because of a knee injury.

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