Bills to start QB Taylor, hope Benjamin plays

From ESPN - December 15, 2017

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor will start Sunday against the Miami Dolphins after missing last weekend's victory over the Indianapolis Colts with a knee injury, coach Sean McDermott announced Friday.

Backup quarterback Nathan Peterman remains in the concussion protocol despite being listed as a full participant in practice Thursday. Joe Webb will serve as Taylor's backup Sunday if Peterman does not clear the concussion protocol.

McDermott said he "feels good" about wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who has been limited in practice this week after aggravating a knee injury last Sunday. However, McDermott said Benjamin remains day-to-day.

The Bills on Friday also placed left tackle Cordy Glenn on injured reserve with a lingering foot and ankle injury. Glenn has missed the past five games, and seven games total this season, because of the injury, which also caused him to miss part of training camp and the preseason.


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