McDermott updates status of injured Bills

December 11, 2017
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Bills’ head coach Sean McDermott updated the media on the status of several injured players Monday, one day after the team’s 13-7 overtime win over the Indianapolis Colts Sunday afternoon:


QB Tyrod Taylor, who was inactive with a knee injury: 
Has "made progress over the last couple of days.”  McDermott called him day-to-day as of now.  The head coach said “there was a chance” Taylor was going to play Sunday, but wasn’t able to.  The decision was mostly health related but the field conditions were a part of the equation, as well.  McDermott reiterated that Taylor is the team’s starting QB when healthy.
 

QB Natan Peterman, who left Sunday’s game with a head injury:
Still in concussion protocol.
 

WR Kelvin Benjamin, who left the game with a knee injury and briefly returned:
Still being evaluated. Too early to tell what his status and situation is right now.
 

CB Leonard Johnson, who missed the game with a knee injury:
McDermott said he "was close to playing" Sunday and will see how this week goes. 


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