Glenn and Jones both out for Bills Sunday against Saints

The team released it's final injury report Friday morning

Sal Capaccio
November 10, 2017 - 10:59 am

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Buffalo Bills starting left tackle Cordy Glenn and wide receiver Zay Jones have both officially been declared out for Sunday’s home game against the 6-2 New Orleans Saints.

Head coach Sean McDermott gave the media the team’s final injury update Friday morning before practice. One addition to that report included another tackle, Seantrel Henderson, who is listed as questionable after he “tweaked his back a little bit,” according to McDermott.

If Henderson can’t go Sunday, that leaves the 5-3 Bills with rookies Dion Dawkins and Conor McDermott, along with Jordan Mills as the only healthy tackles on the active roster. McDermott has suited up twice this season, playing on some special teams, but he has yet to play an offensive snap in an NFL game.

Also listed as questionable are tight end Charles Clay and cornerback E.J. Gaines. Both players have participated in practice on a limited basis all week and indications are that both players will be able to play barring any setbacks.

The team practiced on the NewEra Field turf, as they usually do before a Sunday home game.  Only this week was a much different weather situation than it has been so far this season.

The forecast Sunday calls for temperatures in the mid-40s with a slight chance of rain later in the day.

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