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The Bills may be without cornerback Tre’Davious White for the rest of the season.

White was carted off the field after a non-contact injury in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. He had a towel over his head as he rode into the locker room and the reactions from players around him suggested it was a serious injury.

The Bills initially said that White was being evaluated for an ankle injury, but they provided an update a short time later that he had been ruled out with an Achilles injury.

If a tear is confirmed, White will be looking at a long recovery. That’s all too familiar for a player who tore his ACL in 2021 and it would be a major loss to the secondary in Buffalo.

A very good day for the Bills took a bad turn late in the third quarter of their game against the Dolphins.

Cornerback Tre’Davious White went down on a fourth down sack by defensive tackle Ed Oliver and the response of White and the Bills immediately made it clear that they feared a serious injury. White threw his helmet and his teammates took a knee around him while trainers examined him on the field.

A cart was brought out quickly and White rode to the locker room with a towel covering his head and face. It was a non-contact injury for White, who tore his ACL in November 2021.

The third quarter ended one play later and the Bills lead Miami 41-20 with 15 minutes to play.

UPDATE 3:37 p.m. ET: The Bills say White is being evaluated for an ankle injury.

The Bills are on their way to a resounding victory over the Dolphins and Stefon Diggs is playing a major role in it.

Diggs caught his third touchdown of the day with three minutes to play in the third quarter and the Bills now have a 41-20 lead on their divisional rivals. Diggs has six catches for 120 yards overall on Sunday.

It is the fourth three-touchdown game of Diggs’ career. He’s never had a four-touchdown day, but there’s plenty of time left in this contest and the Dolphins haven’t shown much ability to slow down the Buffalo star.

The Dolphins were able to cut Buffalo’s lead to 31-20 on a Braxton Berrios touchdown catch, but Bills safety Micah Hyde picked Tua Tagovailoa off to set up Diggs’ lates t score.

The Bills and Dolphins traded touchdowns over the first four possessions of Sunday’s game in Buffalo, but the Bills put an end to that in the second quarter.

After an 11-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs put them up 21-14, the Bills defense forced three punts and a fumble in the second quarter and the offense put up 10 more points to stretch their lead to 31-14 at the break.

Diggs was responsible for six more of those points as he shrugged off illegal contact by Dolphins corner Kader Kohou and sprinted 55 yards for his second touchdown of the afternoon. Diggs has five catches for 107 yards overall and Josh Allen is 14-of-17 for 201 yards and three touchdowns.

Dolphins rookie running back De’Von Achane scored both of the team’s touchdowns as they rolled up 147 yards on their first 14 plays from scrimmage. They had just 25 yards over their final four drives, however, and they’ll need to adjust if they’re going to find a way to get back into this game over the final 30 minutes.

It won’t help that left tackle Terron Armstead left the game with a knee injury. The Bills also lost cornerback Christian Benford to a shoulder injury.

There have been four possessions and four touchdowns in Sunday’s game between the Bills and Dolphins in Buffalo.

Dolphins running back De’Von Achane has been responsible for both of his team’s scores. Achane scored on a 10-yard run a couple of minutes into the second quarter to tie things up 14-14.

Achane scored a three-yard touchdown on his first carry in the first quarter. His only non-scoring touch came on a seven-yard catch on a pass from Tua Tagovailoa, who is 9-of-10 for 126 yards. Achane has now scored on six of his 27 NFL touches.

Josh Allen is 8-of-8 for 80 yards while pacing the Bills attack. He also helped shove running back James Cook into the end zone for Buffalo’s second score.

Based on how things have gone thus far, there will be a lot more trips to the end zone before the day is over.

We may have a shootout brewing in Buffalo.

After the Bills drove for an easy touchdown to open Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, the visitors from Miami returned the favor. Rookie running back De’Von Achane scored on a three-yard run to cap a 77-yard drive and tie the game 7-7 with 6:30 to play in the first quarter.

It’s the fifth touchdown for Achane in the last two games. He also had a seven-yard catch on the drive.

That was one of five completions in five attempts for Tua Tagovailoa, but the Dolphins quarterback nearly had a pass picked off. A throw to running back Raheem Mostert caromed off Mostert’s hands and was nearly picked by linebacker Terrel Bernard before finally bouncing into the mitts of a diving Jaylen Waddle for an 11-yard gain.

The Bills are out to an early lead over the Dolphins.

Buffalo took the opening kickoff and drove 75 yards in eight plays to jump out to a 7-0 lead at home. The score came on a 18-yard pass from quarterback Josh Allen to wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

Allen was 4-of-4 for 45 yards on the drive and a 17-yard connection with Stefon Diggs turned into a bigger gain thanks to a late hit by Dolphins defensive back Kader Kohou.

The Dolphins came into Sunday as the league’s top offense, but Buffalo struck the first blow. Now Miami will try to answer in a battle for the top of the AFC East.

When the Bills ruled safety Jordan Poyer out with a knee injury on Friday, the expectation was that his absence would open the door for Damar Hamlin to play his first regular season game since going into cardiac arrest during Buffalo’s Week 17 games against the Bengals last season.

The Bills released their inactive list 90 minutes before kickoff of their home game with the Dolphins and the safety is active for the first time this season. Hamlin did play in the preseason.

Hamlin started 13 games for the Bills last season, but Taylor Rapp is expected to get the start against the Dolphins.

On the Miami side, left tackle Terron Armstead is active after being listed as questionable on Friday. Center Connor Williams had the same designation, but will not play. Liam Eichenberg is expected to start in his place.

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information.

The Browns will not have quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday, but they will have tight end David Njoku.

Njoku was added to the injury report on Saturday after suffering burns to his hands and face in a fire pit accident and head coach Kevin Stefanski said that the team had to see if he could put a helmet on before deciding on his status. Njoku passed that test and got the green light to play against the Ravens.

Watson is out with the shoulder injury that limited him to just a few throws in practice this week. Rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson will make his first NFL start.

On the Ravens side, running back Justice Hill, center Tyler Linderbaum, and safety Kyle Hamilton are all active after being listed as questionable. Safety Marcus Williams was also in that group, but he is inactive.

Ravens at Browns

Ravens: WR Odell Beckham Jr., WR Rashod Bateman, T Ronnie Stanley, CB Marlon Humphrey, EDGE Odafe Oweh, S Marcus Williams, QB Josh Johnson

Browns: QB Deshaun Watson, TE Zaire Mitchell-Paden, CB Kahlef Hailassie, C Luke Wypler, DE Isaiah McGuire, DT Siaki Ika

Dolphins at Bills

Dolphins: QB Skylar Thompson, EDGE Jaelan Phillips, S DeShon Elliott, CB Eli Apple, C Connor Williams, TE Tyler Kroft

Bills: S Jordan Poyer, CB Kaiir Elam, T Germain Ifedi, OL Alec Anderson, DT Poona Ford

Broncos at Bears

Broncos: LB Frank Clark, C Alex Forsyth, LB Josey Jewell, OLB Ronnie Perkins, DT Mike Purcell, S Justin Simmons, S JL Skinner.

Bears: DB Eddie Jackson, DB Jaylon Johnson, QB Nathan Peterman, WR Chase Claypool, RB D’onta Foreman

Steelers at Texans

Steelers: QB Mason Rudolph, P Pressley Harvin, OL James Daniels, WR Gunner Olszewski, NT Breiden Fehoko

Texans: CB Tavierre Thomas, LB Denzel Perryman, QB Case Keenum, RB Dare Ogunbowale, OL Michael Deiter, T Josh Jones, T Laremy Tunsil

Vikings at Panthers

Vikings: S Lewis Cine, TE Nick Muse, C Garrett Bradbury, DL Khyiris Tonga, QB Jaren Hall

Panthers: RB Raheem Blackshear, WR Jonathan Mingo, S Xavier Woods, CB Sam Webb, LB Deion Jones, T David Sharpe

Rams at Colts

Rams: RB Zach Evans, OL Zach Thomas, OL Alaric Jackson, DL Earnest Brown

Colts: QB Sam Ehlinger, CB Darrell Baker Jr., DE Isaiah Land, LB Cameron McGrone, C Ryan Kelly, T Bernhard Raimann, TE Will Mallory

Buccaneers at Saints

Buccaneers: LB SirVocea Dennis, CB Jamel Dean, CB Derrek Pitts Jr., LB Markees Watts, OL Brandon Walton, TE Payne Durham, DL Calijah Kancey

Saints: QB Jake Luton, WR A.T. Perry, CB Paulson Adebo, DB Jordan Howden, OL Cesar Ruiz, TE Foster Moreau, DE Kyle Phillips

Commanders at Eagles

Commanders: RB Chris Rodriguez Jr., DE K.J. Henry, T Trent Scott, G Chris Paul, TE Curtis Hodges, WR Mitchell Tinsley

Eagles: WR Quez Watkins, QB Tanner McKee, S Sydney Brown, RB Rashaad Penny, S Justin Evans, OL Tyler Steen, DT Moro Ojomo

Bengals at Titans

Bengals: CB DJ Ivey, LB Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB Devin Harper, OL Trey Hill, OL Jackson Carman, TE Irv Smith

Titans: WR Treylon Burks, OL Peter Skoronski, LB Luke Gifford, DB Elijah Molden, OL Jaelyn Duncan, QB Will Levis

Bills pass rusher Von Miller is getting close to returning from last year’s torn ACL.

Miller plans to return to practice next week, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Under NFL rules, the Bills would then have 21 days to either activate Miller or put him on injured reserve.

Miller suffered the knee injury last year on Thanksgiving and had indicated during the offseason that he hoped to play in Week One. That didn’t happen, but it appears that he’s almost ready to go, and his presence would provide a boost to the Bills.