Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle) and defensive tackles Marcell Dareus (ankle) and Jerel Worthy (concussion) are out for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos, the team announced Friday.
“It’s frustrating," Glenn told reporters. "But at the same time you’ve got to keep working, stay with the process and just keep going and keep pushing it at. And that's what I'm going to do.”
Coach Sean McDermott said he was "fairly confident" in the availability of defensive end Shaq Lawson, who is recovering from a nerve contusion in his right foot suffered last Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Lawson practiced fully Friday, along with running back LeSean McCoy (wrist), tight ends Charles Clay (knee) and Nick O'Leary (hamstring), linebackers Deon Lacey (hamstring) and Matt Milano (hamstring), wide receiver Kaelin Clay (foot), and safety Colt Anderson (foot).
"We're going to feel good about Shaq," McDermott said. "It seems like every day he gets a little bit better. We'll know a little bit more (Friday)."
Rookie Dion Dawkins, who replaced him last Sunday, is expected to start in Glenn's place at left tackle. Adolphus Washington and Cedric Thornton are expected to be part of the rotation at defensive tackle, with starter Kyle Williams.