ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Baltimore cornerback Chris McAlister and tight end Todd Heap were both inactive Sunday against the Bills.
McAlister will miss his first game of the season after his troublesome knee kept him out of practice all week. Heap (hamstring) and starting offensive tackle Adam Terry (ankle) both missed their second game.
George Wilson, a converted receiver, started at free safety in place of Leonhard, who was starting in place of Ko Simpson (season-ending ankle injury).
Third-string cornerback Jabari Greer, meanwhile, started for Youboty.
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