Kelvin Benjamin will not play vs. Chiefs, latest injury report updates (video)

ORCHARD PARK – The Buffalo Bills will be missing a key piece of on offense on Sunday.

Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was ruled out by the Bills (5-5) on Saturday, one day ahead of their meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) on the road at Arrowhead Stadium.

Benjamin sustained a knee injury early in last week’s 54-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Safety Adrian Phillips hit Benjamin in his right knee, causing a slight hyper extension. On Friday, Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott labeled Benjamin as questionable for Sunday’s game.

Along with Benjamin, Buffalo has three other passing-game weapons listed as questionable.

Attached below, find the latest injury report and video of Benjamin’s knee injury.

Buffalo Bills

Did not participate / OUT for Sunday:

  • OT Cordy Glenn (foot)
  • OG John Miller (ankle)
  • RB Mike Tolbert (hamstring)
  • WR Kelvin Benjamin (knee)

Limited participation on Friday / QUESTIONABLE:

  • TE Charles Clay (knee)
  • K Stephen Hauschka (hip)
  • WR Jordan Matthews (knee)
  • WR Deonte Thompson (ankle)

Full practice on Thursday:

  • WR Andre Holmes (ankle)
  • S Micah Hyde (knee)

NOTES: Those listed as limited participants were limited listings from Thursday’s practice.

Kansas City Chiefs

Did not practice / OUT for Sunday’s game:

  • LB Dee Ford (back)
  • LB Terrance Smith (Concussion)

Limited practice / QUESTIONABLE for Sunday’s game:

  • LB Tamba Hall (knee)
  • DE Allen Bailey (knee)

Full practice / QUESTIONABLE for Sunday’s game:

  • WR Albert Wilson (hamstring)

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