A.J. Epenesa and Taiwan Jones are questionable too.
One of the best defenders on the Buffalo Bills may or may not play this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs. Matt Milano, who pulled a hamstring in the win over the Houston Texans, has been listed as questionable for Sunday night on the team’s injury report. After not practicing on Wednesday or Thursday, Milano was a limited participant on Friday, enough to not rule him out just yet. His chances are truly 50-50, heading into a late game in a travel environment where the weather might turn to rain.
Also questionable this weekend is A.J. Epenesa, who hurt his foot in practice this week. Epenesa was limited on Friday, so it’s hard to tell if he’ll be good to go either. Although he doesn’t have any sacks this season, Epenesa currently leads the team in QB pressures. Taiwan Jones (hamstring) is also questionable, missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He was a limited participant Friday.
Everyone else on Buffalo’s extensive injury list is good to go. That includes Tre’Davious White (shoulder) and Jordan Poyer (ankle). Edge rushers Greg Rousseau and Efe Obada are also healthy enough to play this weekend. Taron Johnson returns to action, and Dane Jackson is available too. And on the offensive line, Spencer Brown’s knee injury was no cause for alarm, and Jon Feliciano has cleared the concussion protocol.
The Chiefs have their own questionable player for Sunday night. Defensive lineman Chris Jones, who wrecked the Bills in the playoffs last year, hasn’t practiced all week because of a wrist injury. If he can’t play, this game may turn into a scoring festival.