Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is questionable for Sunday’s sport towards the Minnesota Vikings after lacking two practices and being restricted Friday due to an elbow harm.
The Payments’ newest harm report has the veteran sign caller listed as questionable after he injured his throwing arm in final week’s loss to the New York Jets.
“We are actually in an hour-to-hour state of affairs right here simply taking a look at how he progresses via the day and as he goes via his totally different assessments, medically, ensuring he’s capable of test the bins in a development to the place we are able to see if we are able to proceed via the course of the day right here,” head coach Sean McDermott instructed the media earlier than Friday’s session.
He famous that the staff has “deliberate” for the chance that backup quarterback Case Keenum might must step in however didn’t elaborate.
“On the finish of the day, Josh must be Josh if he’s capable of play. And if Case performs, then Case must be Case and run the offense.”
Allen missed follow Tuesday and Wednesday and was listed as restricted Friday regardless of not being seen on the sector in the course of the open portion of the day. He injured his elbow on Buffalo’s last drive against the Jets on Sunday when defensive finish Bryce Huff compelled a fumble by hitting Allen’s arm on a cross try.
Allen reportedly suffered a UCL sprain however prevented a significant harm.
“We’ve simply bought to proceed to take it via the day right here, and we’ll see,” McDermott mentioned Friday. “Pay attention, I’m going to do an ideal job of being a listener additionally by way of listening to our medical staff.”
The Payments are coping with a number of injuries heading into the weekend. Security Jordan Poyer and defensive finish Greg Rousseau had been dominated out on Friday. Rookie cornerback Kaiir Elam was listed as uncertain with an ankle harm, and beginning center linebacker Tremain Edmunds was questionable with a groin harm.
The Related Press contributed to this report.