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Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley removed from final injury report ahead of matchup vs. Ravens

Two of Buffalo’s top receivers are limited in practice ahead of this weekend’s matchup against Baltimore.

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Thursday update: Both Diggs and Beasley were removed from the team’s final injury report, per Michael Giardi. Beasley told Giardi, “he was in a better place physically this week than last” and Diggs told the him he was fine.

Wednesday update: Diggs and Beasley remained limited in practice, per the injury report. Both are on track to play and should see a full complement of snaps in round two of the playoffs.

Two of the Buffalo Bills’ top receivers are banged up ahead of their Divisional Round matchup against the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. Both wideouts appeared on Tuesday’s injury report and were limited participants in practice.

Diggs was limited with the same oblique injury that plagued him ahead of the Wild Card Round while Beasley is dealing with lingering knee pain that carried over from last week. There’s no reason to believe either wideout will sit out on Saturday, as both played last weekend despite failing to become full participants in practice during the week.

Diggs caught six passes for 128 yards and a score against the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs while Beasley caught seven passes for 57 yards. Both players could be important pieces of the passing game against Baltimore’s top-notch secondary.

Josh Allen has often dominated when his entire starting receiving corps is healthy but his production could take a hit if Diggs or Beasley are ruled out.