Bills Daily Injury Page Injury Page
(Last Updated on March 7, 2017)

The official injury report will return in September! Check back throughout the offseason for the latest on all the banged up players!

Sammy Watkins underwent a 2nd surgery on his foot in early January by renowned foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson. He is expected to be ready in time for training camp. There is a chance he will be ready to participate in some offseason workouts depending on how rehab goes and if he's cleared earlier to take the field. Sean McDermott said he is on schedule. 3/7

Kyle Williams was bothered by a bad back throughout the latter portion of the season but gutted it out during the games. He has decided to return and the Bills announced he will be back this year. He said his nagging back injury is now behind him. 3/7

Tyrod Taylor was bothered by groin issues a lot of the season and underwent surgery for the sports hernia on Jan. 5th. He is now recovered and is expected to pass his physical. 3/7

Cyrus Kouandjio underwent successful hip surgery and is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. He injured his hip during an accident in his home. 1/26

Shaq Lawson had his knee scoped but is expected to be ready for offseason workouts. 1/20

Preston Brown was bothered by a foot injury down the stretch but played in every game including the Jets game without any issues. 1/1

Charles Clay was limited in practices most of the season with his chronic knee issues. He played in every game though and made it through the finale fine. 1/1

Cordy Glenn missed the final three games with his back injury. 1/1

Walter Powell was carted off with an ankle injury suffered against Jacksonville and he has been placed on injured reserve. 11/30

Eric Wood broke his leg against Seattle in November. He had surgery to repair the broken fibula. There are indications he may have had ligament damage as well. He got the crutches off as the season ended and should be ok by the summer. 1/5

Aaron Williams suffered his second neck injury in two years after a bindside illegal hit from Jarvis Landry against Miami in October. His family and mentors like Fred Jackson are telling him to retire. He has yet to make up his mind. 1/5

Kolby Listenbee is still recovering from complications from a double sports hernia surgery last March. He underwent hip surgery in December because of some instablility in the hip from a different injury from college. He is expected to be ready for next season. 12/14

Marcus Easley continues to try and come back from a devastating knee injury suffered near the end of the 2015 season. 1/5

Reggie Ragland suffered a torn ACL in a non contact injury during a practice session last training camp. He had surgery on that injury and one to up a previous shoulder surgery. He is expected to be ready by the summer. 1/5