Sean McDermott reiterated to the media on Wednesday morning that Tyrod Taylor remains the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback when healthy. McDermott stated that Taylor is progressing, and will get most of the practice reps later today. Many questioned if Taylor would keep his position as the starter, and he received that vote of confidence from his head coach today.
Nathan Peterman is still in the concussion protocol, and McDermott was asked multiple times if he would be able to practice today. After being asked for the third time, McDermott finally shared that Peterman would be practicing on a limited basis today. McDermott was also asked if the team would consider signing Colin Kaepernick, to which he answered with a simple “no”.
In other injury news, Andre Holmes (neck) and Kyle Williams (groin) will be held out of today’s practice. In addition to Peterman, Kelvin Benjamin, Charles Clay, and Seantrel Henderson will all be limited in practice. Cordy Glenn is questionable for today’s practice with an undisclosed illness.
Updates from practice:
Tyrod (knee) and Peterman(concussion protocol) are the only QBs doing drills. Webb working with WR pic.twitter.com/6zQoHcbpk1— Josh Reed (@4JoshReed) December 13, 2017
Here’s some video of Tyrod Taylor rolling out and throwing today: pic.twitter.com/VzXQXpf5W7— Sal Capaccio (@SalSports) December 13, 2017
#Bills Taylor showed no signs of a limp in his left knee while stretching.— John Wawrow (@john_wawrow) December 13, 2017
Kicked up his left leg high over his head and shuffled fine both left and right.