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The Bills ruled cornerback Stephon Gilmore out of Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a shoulder injury.

By SI Wire
December 11, 2015

The Buffalo Bills have ruled cornerback Stephon Gilmore out of Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a shoulder injury, the team announced on Friday.

Gilmore left last week’s 30–21 victory over the Texans after hurting his left shoulder and did not return. After the game, coach Rex Ryan told reporters that he didn’t believe the ailment would end Gilmore’s season.

Mario Butler will likely fill in for Gilmore opposite Ronald Darby.

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The team also ruled out running back Karlos Williams for a second straight game due to a shoulder injury.

Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.

- Kenny Ducey

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