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Bills' injury update: Glenn, Miller, Tolbert won't play vs. Chiefs; Benjamin listed as questionable

Offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and John Miller and running back Mike Tolbert will not play Sunday at the Kansas City Chiefs, coach Sean McDermott said Friday.

Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin is not expected to practice for a third consecutive day, but McDermott has not ruled him out with a knee injury. Benjamin was listed as questionable.

Also listed as questionable were tight end Charles Clay (knee) and wide receivers Jordan Matthews (knee) and Deonte Thompson (ankle). The three were limited participants in Friday's practice.

"We’ve got some guys knicked up," McDermott said of the receiver group, "but we feel confident in, number one, their abilities and then they’re working through some of those bumps and bruises. Those are all part of what happens this time of the year."

Glenn (foot/ankle), Miller (ankle), Tolbert (hamstring) have not practiced this week.

Kicker Stephen Hauschka, who was limited Thursday with right hip soreness, was a full participant Friday.

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