Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen formally suspect against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Allen is dealing with a right elbow injury. As such, he missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday.
Fortunately for the Bills, Allen’s recovery seems to be going well. On Friday, he was listed as a limited participant in practice.
With Allen listed as suspect in Week 10, Bills fans will have to wait until Sunday to find out who’s under the team’s center. If Allen can’t play, Case Keenum will be the starter.
Bills head coach Sean McDermott said the team will continue to monitor its star quarterback.
McDermott said in WGR550:
Clearly, the Bills want Allen on the field. Their attacks are mostly carried out by his ability to ruin the enemy’s defenses with his powerful right arm and powerful legs.
On the flip side, the Bills can’t afford to rush Allen back and risk making his injury situation worse than ever.
Allen completed 64.1% of his 2,403-yard pass attempts with 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
Kickoff for the Bills-Vikings game is 1:00 PM ET.