Gabe Davis, Dawson Knox, Jordan Poyer questionable, Ed Oliver out for Bills-Dolphins

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Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced earlier on Friday that three players would be eliminated from Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.

Now Buffalo has released its full injury report with an additional player who will not be on the field.

Defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) is out. He was a limited participant in training all week, but cannot play.

That means Buffalo is out two of his defensive tackles, as Jordan Phillips (hamstring) was previously ruled out, along with safety Micah Hyde (neck) and cornerback Dane Jackson (neck).

Additionally, Tim Settle’s defensive tackle (calf) is questionable after being restricted all week. Safety Jordan Poyer (foot) returned Friday in limited capacity and is also questionable.

Offensively, receiver Gabe Davis (ankle), tight end Dawson Knox (foot) and center Mitch Morse (elbow) are all questionable.

Davis said he would play “100 percent” earlier this week, although he finished as a limited participant on all three training days. Knox was a DNP on Wednesday, but was limited on Thursday and Friday.

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