Wednesday marks the first time teams with Sunday games release an official injury report, listing players who were or were not able to complete a full practice on the day. The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills fall into this category as the two AFC East division rivals prepare for their second meeting of the season. Both teams have several players listed on the report this week, with Miami seeing 11 players listed and Buffalo reporting on nine.
The Dolphins had two players not practice, safety Jordan Kovacs, who has a knee injury, and wide receiver DeVante Parker, who is dealing with some scar tissue issues in his surgically repaired foot. As for players limited in the Wednesday workout, the team listed linebacker Neville Hewitt, dealing with a foot injury, cornerback Brice McCain, who is trying to return from a knee injury that has forced him to the sidelines, linebacker Koa Misi, who has a fit problem, linebacker Spencer Paysinger, who has a shoulder injury, and running back Camien Williams, who was limited with a thumb problem. Miami also listed cornerback Brent Grimes, who has a rib injury, safety Reshad Jones, with a problem in his shoulder, and quarterback Matt Moore, who had surgery on a broken nose last Friday, on the report, all categorized as full participants.
The final player listed for Miami is offensive tackle Ja'Wuan James, who left the game last Thursday agianst the New England Patriots with a foot injury just four offensive snaps into the game. The team has ruled James out of this week's game.
Buffalo's list starts with wide receiver Percy Harvin and defensive tackle Kyle Williams, both of whom are dealing with knee situations and both were not able to participate in Wednesday's practice. Defensive end Mario Williams (knee), safety Corey Graham (groin), linebacker AJ Tarpley (concussion), and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (ankle) were all limtied in practice. Offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson (concussion), quarterback Tyrod Taylor (knee), and running back Karlos Williams (concussion) were all full participants.
Miami and Buffalo will kick off on Sunday at 1pm ET. Both teams will update their injury reports on Thursday and again on Friday.