September 26, 2022

Gabby Davis, the wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, will not play against the Tennessee Titans

Gabby Davis, the wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, will not play against the Tennessee Titans

ORCHARD PARK, NY – After sustaining an ankle injury during Saturday practice, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis He will not play in a Monday night game against the Tennessee Titans.

The team was hoping Davis would be available, a source confirmed to ESPN Jeremy Fowler, but playing two days after the injury has always been considered an uphill battle. He didn’t take to the field to warm up or test his ankle before being inactive in order to launch the game.

Rising wide reception Khalil Shaker He will be active in his NFL career in Davis’ absence. The 3rd year receiver has evolved into the 2nd receiver in turn Stefon Diggs The Titans will miss the team’s opening game at home.

Davis picked up four passes for 88 yards and a touchdown in the Bills’ season opener against the Los Angeles Rams.

Buffalo will also be without defensive interventions Tim Settle (calf) listed on the injury report as suspected, and Ed Oliver (ankle). Billing called defensive interventions Branden Bryant And the CJ Brewer From the coaching team to help the line in their absence.

back corner Dean Jackson Active, as expected, after being included in the injury report as suspect with a knee injury. Other inactive factors for bills against the narrow end titans Tommy Sweeneyoffensive line Tommy Doyleback Bailon Spector and Cornerback Cam Louis.

The Bales are looking to start 2-0 for the third time in the past four seasons. They had three 2-0 starts in the previous fifteen seasons combined. History could also be made at Highmark Stadium with a Bills win because the team hasn’t won at home on Monday Night Football since 1994.