Buffalo QB’s Taylor, Yates still in concussion protocol

Tyrod Taylor and T.J. Yates remain in the concussion protocol with neither having any chance of participating in Thursday’s preseason finale. The hope is one or both are ready for Week 1.

Just three days removed from sustaining concussions in the game against Baltimore, there wasn’t much of an update on Buffalo’s two injured quarterbacks, Tyrod Taylor and T.J. Yates.

“They’re in concussion protocol,” said head coach Sean McDermott. “Very little information flows out of that. That’s part of the situation. We just respect what’s going on there and they’re in the protocol and that’s basically the information I get every day.”

Neither quarterback will be available for Thursday’s preseason finale against Detroit. That leaves Buffalo with rookie Nate Peterman and Keith Wenning, who signed Monday as the only healthy quarterbacks for the Lions game. Read More


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