Patriots won't have James White, Chris Hogan vs. Bills

The New England Patriots will be without running back James White and wide receiver Chris Hogan for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills, as both players have been listed as inactive.

White will sit out with an ankle injury, while Hogan is dealing with a hurt shoulder. Both players practiced all week and were listed as questionable.

The Patriots had already ruled running back Rex Burkhead out with a knee injury. Running back Mike Gillislee, who played for the Bills in 2015 and 2016, is set to play in his first game for New England since Oct. 29.

White is the Patriots' top receiver out of the backfield and is third on the team with 56 catches for 429 yards and 3 touchdowns. Hogan has 34 catches for 439 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Gillislee, who in his Patriots debut scored three rushing touchdowns in the season opener, has been inactive for six straight games.

The Pats had added starting left tackle Nate Solder to their injury report Saturday night, listing him as questionable with an illness. But he was not listed among the game-day inactives.

ESPN's Mike Reiss contributed to this report.