The NY Jets have released their final injury report ahead of their Week 9 matchup with the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. While the team is relatively healthy, they will be without one key player this weekend.
Wide receiver Corey Davis will miss a second consecutive week as he's been ruled out with a knee injury. Davis injured his knee in the team's Week 7 win over the Denver Broncos and will miss at least three weeks as a result of the upcoming bye.
The Jets hope to have Davis back in time for Week 11 when they return from their bye. In his place, the team will lean on the likes of Garrett Wilson, Elijah Moore, Braxton Berrios, and Denzel Mims.
The Bills, on the other hand, will be without at least one notable defensive standout as safety Jordan Poyer is set to miss this week's game with an elbow injury. With Micah Hyde already out for the season, the Bills will be down both of their starting safeties.
Right tackle Spencer Brown has missed the last two weeks with an ankle injury, but after practicing in a limited capacity all week, there's a good chance he returns this week.
Star linebacker Matt Milano missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday with an oblique injury, but the fact that he was upgraded to a "limited participant" on Friday provides optimism that he will play on Sunday.
Below are the final Week 9 injury reports for both the Jets and Bills.
NY Jets Week 9 Injury Report
- WR Corey Davis (knee) - OUT
Buffalo Bills Week 9 Injury Report
- S Jordan Poyer (elbow) - OUT
- OT Spencer Brown (ankle) - Questionable
- LB Matt Milano (oblique) - Questionable