Report: Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano ‘expected’ to play vs. Rams

Nick Wojton
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According to Kim Jones of NFL Network, the Buffalo Bills are “expected” to have both of their starting linebackers, Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano, active in Week 3when the team hosts the Los Angeles Rams (2-0).

The pair of starting linebackers for the Bills (2-0) sustained shoulder and hamstring injuries, respectively, in Week 1 against the New York Jets. Both players missed the Bills’ Week 2 game against the Miami Dolphins. Throughout this past week, both players were limited in practices. On Friday, Buffalo slapped a “questionable” injury designation on both heading into the weekend.

In lieu of Milano and Edmunds in Week 2, linebackers Tyrel Dodson and AJ Klein filled in for Edmunds and Milano. The two left something to be desired, especially in pass coverage. Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki had 100-plus yards against the Bills defense in Week 2. Also last weekened, Rams tigh end Tyler Higbee had three touchdowns against the Philadelphia Eagles, making their active status all the more important.

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