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Here's a look at the injury report for Saturday's Divisional Round matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Injury Report
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Buffalo Bills Injury News
The Bills are one of the healthiest teams in the playoffs, and despite the loss of Zack Moss to a high-ankle sprain last week they are in good shape.
Devin Singletary will take the lion’s share of snaps, and with TJ Yeldon and Taiwan Jones sitting as depth, they’ve also signed Devonta Freeman away from the Giants.
While there were questions in their wideout group, Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley all played last week.
Their defense has navigated a tough season and this secondary is now in good health, and their dire shortage at linebacker earlier this year is long gone as Matt Milano and Tremaine Edmunds have reclaimed their spots in the starting lineup.
Baltimore Ravens Injury News
Baltimore is also in good health as they travel to take on Buffalo.
Though they obviously miss Ronnie Stanley at left tackle and are relying on undrafted free agent Tyler Huntley as their backup quarterback, this offense is in good shape overall.
Their defense has recovered nicely by this point in the year as well, and they are now only missing two depth corners in Tavon Young and Davontae Harris.
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