The Buffalo Bills will be without a key piece of their defense Sunday.
Linebacker Matt Milano will not play against the Miami Dolphins at New Era Field because of a hamstring injury. Milano was hurt in the second half of the Week 5 win over the Tennessee Titans. Despite having a bye in Week 6, he wasn't quite able to make it back to face Miami.
Also inactive for the Bills is linebacker Corey Thompson, who was questionable with an ankle injury. The rest of the Bills' inactives are all healthy, starting with running back T.J. Yeldon. With rookie Devin Singletary in the lineup, Yeldon will sit.
Other healthy inactives are wide receiver Robert Foster, tight end Tommy Sweeney and offensive linemen Ike Boettger and Ryan Bates.
With Sweeney out, tight end Tyler Kroft will make his season debut.