Injury Update On Bills Linebacker

He played Sunday's game despite missing two practices last week with groin and heel injuries.

Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that linebacker Tremaine Edmunds suffered a tweak during Sunday's loss to the Minnesota Vikings and will be evaluated in practice this week.
Edmunds played Sunday's game despite entering the game with a ''questionable'' designation due to groin and heel injuries, and he was even forced out of the game after he re-aggravated the groin injury. 

The twenty-four-year-old linebacker's chances of suiting up for Week 11 versus the Cleveland Browns remains to be seen and will depend on his practice status this week. However, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Bills hold Edmunds out this week to prevent the risk of injuring himself even more.

In eight games this season, Edmunds has 65 total tackles, one sack and four passes defended.
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