Pro Bowl DT Kyle Williams likely to miss Bills' next two games

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Pro Bowl defensive tackle Kyle Williams will likely miss the Buffalo Bills' next two games because of a left knee injury suffered in an Oct. 18 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

"It's a significant injury but we anticipate him back at some point," coach Rex Ryan said Monday. "But to think he can come back now, I don't think he's ready for that. I don't think there's any doubt that he won't available this week and probably won't be available for the Jets, being that it's on five days [rest]. But he is making good progress."

Corbin Bryant is likely to start in Williams' place Sunday against the Miami Dolphins and again next Thursday against the New York Jets. Bryant started for Williams in the Bills' Oct. 25 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in London.

"I guess it's MCL, PCL, you got different stuff going on in there," Williams said Monday. "It's more significant than just a little sprain. But it's nothing -- luckily the way I was hit, it could have been a pretty serious deal. Luckily I don't have to have surgery or anything like that. I just kind of power through it and move back."

Asked if he sustained a tear to a ligament, Williams responded, "Well, I don't know what you call it: MCLs are tears or PCLs are tears. I don't know the difference. But I think they're all the same."

Williams missed Monday's practice along with receiver Percy Harvin (hip) and starting safety Corey Graham, who sustained a groin injury late in the Bills' loss to the Jaguars.

"It would be a concern if he couldn't play, I can tell you that much," Ryan said Monday. "But I feel good about Corey. I think he'll probably be limited Wednesday."