The Buffalo Expenses have indexed celebrity quarterback Josh Allen as day by day after he injured his throwing elbow towards the New York Jets in Week 10.
Allen injured his elbow on Buffalo’s final drive towards the Jets on Sunday, when defensive finish Bryce Huff compelled a fumble by way of hitting Allen’s arm on a move try.
“He’s day by day and the following query will likely be, ‘Is he gonna play?’ And the solution is, ‘We’ll see,’” Expenses head trainer Sean McDermott mentioned Wednesday.
Pressed for more info on Allen’s harm, McDermott mentioned the staff will lean on docs to resolve Allen’s availability for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings.
“We can see how he does,” McDermott mentioned. “We use commonplace sense and, clearly, we issue a large number of issues in, a clinical file being one in all them and our physician’s knowledge and information.”
Early Wednesday morning, NFL Community reported that the harm isn’t anticipated to be “primary,” however his availability for Sunday continues to be up within the air.
“Josh Allen believed to be coping with an elbow sprain, a UCL sprain, which is one thing if truth be told he has had prior to now,” NFL insider Ian Rapoport mentioned Wednesday morning. “Now not regarded as to be a significant, primary harm. Which means that the conclusion is that it’s one thing he can play via.
“I’m no longer pronouncing that he’s definitively taking part in this week. This is described to me as being up within the air. Necessarily, we have no idea if Josh Allen goes to be at the box this week. From what I perceive, he’s anticipated to be restricted in follow after which will likely be judged day-by-day to look how he progresses.”
Allen’s backup is veteran quarterback Case Keenum, who’s in his 10th NFL season and primary with the Expenses.
“You guys know Josh, proper? He’s as aggressive as there’s,” McDermott mentioned when requested how badly Allen sought after to play towards the Vikings. “He likes to play, he likes to play the sport, and we’ll see the place it is going.”