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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Struggling in return from surgery

    Harrison Phillips has sat out the past two games as a healthy inactive.Phillips was a promising defensive tackle out of Stanford in 2018, but he’s never really gotten his career on track and a major knee injury sidelined him for most of 2019. While healthy again, he’s struggled in his return with just seven tackles and no sacks in six 2020 games. We’ll see if he can work his way back into the rotation following the Week 11 bye, but for now he’s simply a reserve player on a team that could really use a boost in the middle of its interior D-Line.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Healthy scratch Monday

    Harrison Phillips (coach’s decision) is inactive for Monday’s game versus the Chiefs, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills’ official site reports.Phillips and Trent Murphy will both serve as healthy scratches for Monday’s conference clash. The Bills’ coaching staff hopes this will turn things in the right direction following a disappointing Week 5 loss to the Titans. Quinton Jefferson is expected to be the main beneficiary of Phillips’ absence, and Justin Zimmer should rotate in, too.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Slated to be healthy scratch

    Harrison Phillips is expected to be a healthy scratch Monday versus the Chiefs, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.The Buffalo Bills are expected to bench both Phillips and Trent Murphy on Monday as they try to shake things up following a tough loss to the Titans. Phillips typically logs around 45 percent of the defensive snaps, but now Quinton Jefferson, Mario Addison and to a lesser extent Darryl Johnson will need to step up Monday.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Misses Sunday’s practice

    Harrison Phillips missed practice Sunday due to an undisclosed reason, Maddy Glab of the Buffalo Bills’ official site reports.Several Bills were the victim of false positive COVID tests this weekend, and Phillips is thought to be one of them. If that’s the case, he’ll be expected back at practice Monday one he clears some protocols.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Eyes on 2020 season

    While Harrison Phillips, who’s recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL, may not be able to go full bore during spring practices, it’s believed he’ll be close to 100 percent once training camp rolls around, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills’ official site reports.The 2018 third-rounder suffered the injury in the third game of the 2019 season, while all signs are trending positive in his recovery. He was drafted to be groomed as a retired Kyle Williams’ replacement, but that hasn’t panned out just yet and even in full health, Phillips seems slotted for more of a 2020 depth role behind Ed Oliver, Star Lotulelei and perhaps Jordan Phillips (if the Bills pay big money to re-sign him).

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Officially sent to IR

    Harrison Phillips has been placed on injured reserve, Chris Brown of the team’s official site reports.Phillips tore an ACL in this past weekend’s game against the Bengals. He’ll look to return to full health in time for training camp next summer.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Shut down for season

    Harrison Phillips suffered a torn ACL and is out for the season, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN reports.Phillips worked in a reserve role through the first three weeks, so this injury isn’t devastating for the Buffalo Bills’ defense but it hurts its depth. The second-year pro will be placed on injured reserve at some point to clear up a roster spot for another player. This injury happened early enough in the season to give Phillips a good shot to be ready for the 2020 campaign.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Will have additional tests

    Harrison Phillips (undisclosed) had X-rays after Sunday’s 21-17 win over the Bengals, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.Phillips was hurt on the final drive of the game, but it’s not clear exactly what the issue is. The second-year pro lost some potential playing time after the team selected Ed Oliver in the first round of April’s draft, so he’s been used in more of a situational role. If the additional tests come up negative, expect the Buffalo Bills to still monitor his practice status heading into Week 4’s game versus the Patriots.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Starting chances dwindle

    Harrison Phillips’ chances of opening the season as a starting defensive tackle took a big hit when the Buffalo Bills selected Ed Oliver with the No. 9 pick in the draft.Phillips, a third-round pick a year ago, was supposed to compete with veteran Jordan Phillips for a starting tackle role vacated by long-time Bills stud Kyle Williams, who retired after the season. Instead, both Phillipses look like they’ll be used as depth, though we’ll at least note the team favors a heavy rotation concept among its defensive line, while starter Star Lotulelei tends to come off the field on passing plays. That said, Harrison Phillips’ chances at big numbers this season don’t look too promising unless injuries strike.

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    Bills’ Harrison Phillips: Ready for promotion

    Harrison Phillips, who recently completed his rookie season after being the Buffalo Bills’ third-round pick out of Stanford, is the likeliest candidate to take over for the open starting defensive tackle job, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. “Harrison will compete. He did a good job in year one,” general manager Brandon Beane said. “He’ll compete to definitely start. I can’t say he’ll win it, but Harrison did a great job of bringing depth to us last year.”The Bills did re-sign Jordan Phillips — who will also compete for the job — on Tuesday, while there’s also a ton of free cap money available to beef up the defensive line following the retirement of longtime starter Kyle Williams, among other positions. Even if he has to share the starting job, Harrison Phillips seems a sure bet to take a step up from his 20-tackle rookie season, while he’s still looking for his first NFL sack.

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