NFL inactive list, Week 15: Seahawks vs. Bills

Rick Stewart

Wide receiver Donald Jones will miss the game for the Buffalo Bills as the inactives have been released for their matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.

Football travels north of the border this afternoon when the Buffalo Bills take on the Seattle Seahawks from Toronto, Ontario, in a game the Seahawks would certainly love to win.

Seattle is 8-5 on the season and is tied for the final playoff spot in the NFC. A win would go a long way toward helping the Seahawks' cause.

The inactives for today's game, which kicks off shortly after 4 p.m. ET, have been announced, and it doesn't look like Seattle will be missing any big names. Cornerback Marcus Trufant will be out, however. He has accounted for 31 tackles this season.

The complete list of Seahawks inactives via the team's Twitter:

#SEA Inactives: WR C. Martin, CB M. Trufant, CB W. Thurmond, CB D. Shead, G R. Johnson, T M. Person, DT J. Howard, WR D. Butler. #SEAvsBUF

For Buffalo, its biggest loss is Donald Jones. The wide receiver has 41 receptions this year for 443 yards and four touchdowns.

The complete list of Bills inactives, also via the team's Twitter:

#Bills inactives: QB T. Jackson, WR D. Jones, CB L. McKelvin, CB T. Heath, DL J. Ross, C E. Wood, OL C. Scott.

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