Glenn ruled out against Chiefs

November 24, 2017

The Buffalo Bills will be without left tackle Cordy Glenn in the lineup on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The starting tackle has been dealing with a foot / ankle injury that has nagged him for a good portion of the season. Glenn has only been able to play in six games this season, and this will be the third straight game he is sitting out injured.

Bills OT Cordy Glenn ruled OUT Sunday at Chiefs.

— Sal Capaccio -- (@SalSports) November 24, 2017

When asked if injured reserve is a consideration for Glenn, head coach Sean McDermott says, "We always, Brandon [Beane> and I always talk about everything. We look at all of our different options from all different angles. This case, no different."

The Bills will also be without the services of guard John Miller (ankle) and running back Mike Tolbert (hamstring) for Sunday's game. Miller has not played since Week 4 against the Atlanta Falcons, but has only been dealing with the ankle injury since last Thursday. Tolbert will miss his second consecutive game with his hamstring injury.

As for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, McDermott says he remains day-to-day with his knee injury and he'll continue to be evaluated. He is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Chiefs.

Benjamin hurt his knee on the Bills' opening drive against the Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday. He was carted off the sidelines and did not return to the game, but MRIs revealed that Benjamin did not sustain any ligament damage in his knee. Benjamin has been unable to practice all week.

Here's Friday's official injury report from the Bills:

Friday injury report:

— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) November 24, 2017