Titans rule out RB Dontrell Hilliard, CB Kristian Fulton

Tennessee Titans running back Dontrell Hilliard and cornerback Kristian Fulton will miss Monday night’s game at Buffalo with hamstring injuries, coach Mike Vrabel said Saturday.

The Bills also made additions to their injury list on Saturday, listing defensive tackle Ed Oliver as out and wide receiver Gabe Davis as questionable. Both have ankle injuries.

Hilliard, 27, caught three passes for 61 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans’ season-opening 21-20 loss against the New York Giants. He rushed twice for 8 yards.

Fulton, 24, recorded six tackles and forced a fumble against the Giants.

Oliver, 24, played just 17 snaps in the Bills’ season-opening win against the Los Angeles Rams. He recorded two tackles and one quarterback hit.

Davis, 23, made four catches for 88 yards and scored a touchdown in the Bills’ 31-10 victory in Week 1.

Titans backup offensive lineman Jamarco Jones (elbow) was also ruled out for the primetime game.

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