Cordy Glenn ruled out for Thursday, Sammy Watkins questionable

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The Bills had a pair of offensive starters dealing with injuries coming out of Week One and at least one of them is going to be out of the lineup for their second game of the season.

Left tackle Cordy Glenn has been ruled out with an ankle injury. Glenn hurt the same ankle that kept him out for the entire preseason during the 13-7 loss to the Ravens last Sunday and was replaced by Cyrus Kouandjio, who will get the start against the Jets on Thursday night.

Wide receiver Sammy Watkins declared he will definitely be in the lineup, but the Bills weren’t willing to go that far. They listed Watkins as questionable after he reported his surgically-repaired foot felt “tired” after the opener. There were reports that Watkins could miss extended time as a result, although the Bills and Watkins have both refuted that idea.

Safety Colt Anderson has been ruled out with a foot injury. Defensive tackle Jerel Worthy, tight end Jim Dray, tight end Charles Clay, cornerback Kevon Seymour and quarterback Cardale Jones were also listed as questionable.