Following their Week One loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the Buffalo Bills face another big contest against an AFC East opponent -- and they'll have to do it without their starting left tackle. The Bills officially announced injury designations for Thursday night's game against the New York Jets, and Cordy Glenn has been ruled out for the contest.
Glenn, who missed the entire preseason due to an ankle ailment, re-injured it in the first half against the Ravens and couldn't get back on the field the rest of the way. In his place, the Bills will start third-year offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio on the left side.
The Bills also released the official designation for wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who is officially questionable for the upcoming contest due to soreness in his surgically repaired foot. Watkins told reporters on Monday that he would be able to play, and has been telling his teammates the same.
He did not, however, participate in practice on Tuesday, but the Bills listed him as a limited participant for Wednesday's walkthrough. Head coach Rex Ryan didn't give any definitive statements on Watkins' availability in the two times that met with the media this week.
The rest of the Bills injury report is as follows:
OUT: S Colt Anderson (foot)
QUESTIONABLE: TE Charles Clay (knee), DL Jerel Worthy (knee), TE Jim Dray (knee), CB Kevon Seymour (hamstring), QB Cardale Jones (right shoulder)