Bills' guard Miller ruled out Sunday against the Dolphins

Check out the full injury report for both teams

Sal Capaccio
November 30, 2018 - 3:03 pm

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The Buffalo Bills have already made one change at offensive guard this season. Sunday, they’ll be forced to make another.  

John Miller has officially been ruled “out” of this weekend’s game against the Miami Dolphins with an oblique injury. Jeremiah Sirles could very well get the start at right guard in his place.

For the last two games, rookie Wyatt Teller has started at left guard, replacing Vlad Ducasse, who is also a candidate to start in place of Miller Sunday at Miami.

Miller is one of two players declared out, along with quarterback Derek Anderson, who remains in concussion protocol.

Tight end Charles Clay, listed as questionable with a hamstring injury, is the only other Bills’ player to appear on the injury report, which means cornerbacks Lafayette Pitts (concussion) and Taron Johnson (shoulder) are both expected to play.


The 6' 6", 315-pound Sirles started 14 games with the Minnesota Vikings in 2016 and 2017 before joining the Bills back in September. In Buffalo, he’s started three games, but all as an extra offensive lineman in the formation. He’s played in seven games with the Bills, filling roles at both tackle and guard.

For the Dolphins, wide receiver Danny Amendola (knee) and center Travis Swanson (ankle) are doubtful, while wideout DeVante Parker (shoulder) and tight end A.J. Derby (foot/knee) are questionable.

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