The Buffalo Bills released their final injury report on Friday ahead of Sunday's match up against the Eagles. 

Linebacker Matt Milano, who was limited all week, remains questionable for the game.

Milano missed last week's contest against the Dolphins with a hamstring injury. The Boston College product has 20 tackles so far this season for the Bills. Head Coach Sean McDermott said that his status will be a game-time decision. Milano wore a red no contact jersey in practices open to the media this week.

Another noticeable injury for the Bills is wide receiver Duke Williams who is battling a shoulder injury that he suffered in the final minutes in the Bills divisional win over the Dolphins.

Williams was also limited all week in practice and will be a game-time decision. Like Milano, he also wore a red no contact jersey this past week.

Williams has been pivotal for the Buffalo passing game in his two appearances since being called up from the practice squad. He has 52 yards receiving and a touchdown on just five receptions.  His breakout performance against the Tennessee Titans was a factor in the Bills decision to trade receiver Zay Jones to Oakland.

If Williams is not able to play, quarterback Josh Allen will rely on John Brown and veteran receiver Cole Beasley, who had earned a rest day on Friday. Beasley scored his first touchdown of the season with Buffalo this past weekend against Miami.

The Bills (5-1) host the Eagles (3-4) on Sunday at 1 p.m.