Bills vs. Dolphins injury report: Brian Hartline questionable, C.J. Spiller probable

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Both Miami and Buffalo have lengthy injury lists heading into their Week 16 matchup.

The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills released updated injury reports Friday. The Dolphins will be without wide receiver Davone Bess (back), kicker Dan Carpenter (groin) and linebacker Koa Misi (ankle). MIami signed Nate Kaeding to replace Carpenter, who has been placed on injured reserve.

Defensive tackle Randy Starks (not injury related), wide receiver Brian Hartline (back), cornerback Nolan Carroll (knee) and tight end Jeron Mastrud (hamstring) are questionable. Only Mastrud was able to practice to some extent on Friday.

Safety Chris Clemons (neck), defensive end Derrick Shelby (groin), linebacker Karlos Dansby (biceps) and safety Jimmy Wilson (hip) are probable.

The Bills have an even even longer list of injuries. Defensive end Mario Williams (wrist) and running back C.J. Spiller (shoulder) are probable, as are defensive tackle Marcel Dareus (knee), cornerback Justin Rogers (foot), safety Jairus Byrd (foot), linebacker Nick Barnett (knee), offensive guard Andy Levitre (knee), tight end Scott Chandler (foot), cornerback Aaron Williams (knee), defensive tackle Kyle Williams (ankle) and tight end Lee Smith (back).

Cornerback Leodis McKelvin (groin), wide receiver Marcus Easley (hamstring), defensive end Mark Anderson (knee), linebacker Chris White (hamstring) and linebacker Arthur Moats (ankle) will not play. Center Eric Wood is questionable.

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