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Bills have lengthy injury report on short week ahead of facing Dolphins

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Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde (23) is carted off the field with an injury during the third quarter Monday night at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park.

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The Bills' first injury report of the week was a long one. The team held a walkthrough on Wednesday on a short week ahead of traveling to Miami.

Cornerback Dane Jackson (neck), safety Micah Hyde (neck), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (hamstring) and tight end Dawson Knox (foot) did not participate in the walkthrough. Jackson, Hyde and Phillips all left Monday's game against the Titans and were eventually ruled out. Both Jackson and Hyde went to the hospital to have their respective neck injuries further evaluated.

Wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle), center Mitch Morse (elbow), defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle), safety Jordan Poyer (foot) and defensive tackle Tim Settle (calf) were all limited. This was a positive trend for Oliver, who did not practice at all last week with an ankle injury that he suffered in the season opener. 

Linebacker Matt Milano (neck) and cornerback Cam Lewis (forearm) were both listed on the report as full participants. Milano also left Monday's game with a stinger. 

For the Dolphins, cornerback Xavien Howard (groin), tackle Terron Armstead (toe), tight end Cethan Carter (concussion), tight end Hunter Long (ankle), and linebacker Melvin Ingram (veteran’s rest day) did not practice Wednesday.

Linebacker Channing Tindall (illness) and wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs/toe) were limited. Tight end Tanner Conner (knee), defensive tackle Raekwon Davis (knee) and fullback Alec Ingold (shoulder) were listed as full participants.

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