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The Buffalo Bills on Friday officially ruled out cornerback Jabari Greer and strong safety Donte Whitner for Sunday's critical game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium.
Greer injured his knee in Monday night's loss to the Cleveland Browns. Whitner came back too soon from his separated shoulder.
The Bills also will be without Pro Bowl defensive end Aaron Schobel (foot) for the sixth straight game, and linebacker Marcus Buggs (ankle) will also be out.
The good news for the Bills is that No. 2 receiver Josh Reed likely will return after missing three consecutive games.
In the other AFC East games:
The Patriots won't have linebackers Adalius Thomas (forearm) and Eric Alexander (groin) for sure and probably will be without running back LaMont Jordan (calf) again.
Big names labeled questionable are defensive end Richard Seymour (toe), linebacker Tedy Bruschi (knee) and center Dan Koppen (elbow).