Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is believed to be in action Sunday despite a collateral ulnar ligament injury and will start against the Minnesota Vikings, sources said Saturday on ESPN. told to
However, Bills officials have been tight-lipped all week, refusing to reveal who will start, and will announce the NFL’s active/distinguished team on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. ET at 11:30 a.m. ET. We’d like to keep it a secret until the inactive list is released. He was reassured there was no added risk of aggravating injury if he played against the Vikings on Sunday.
With this in mind, sources say there is faith Allen will start on Sunday, but the team has refused to confirm a final decision, saying they are doing it “every minute.” Arguing and not wanting to give the Vikings a competitive advantage by naming the starting quarterback.
Allen was restricted in practice on Friday and was seen wearing a practice jersey and without a sleeve on his right arm. increase.
Coach Sean McDermott said on Friday, “We’re literally on an hour-by-hour situation here, just seeing how he progresses throughout the day.” When, medically, allow him to check a box and see if he can go about the flow of his day here.
Allen is dealing with an ulnar collateral ligament and related nerve injury in his right elbow, sources told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen earlier in the week. It happened. He hasn’t missed a game since 2018 when he missed four games at the UCL with a right elbow injury.
ESPN’s Alaina Getzenberg contributed to this report.