Bills QB Taylor has limited mobility in return to practice
By JOHN WAWROW, AP Sports Writer
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor had limited mobility in his bruised left knee on Thursday while practicing for the first time since being hurt last weekend.
Taylor’s status remains uncertain for Buffalo’s home game against Indianapolis on Sunday. Coach Sean McDermott has listed Taylor as day to day and is scheduled to address reporters after practice.
Taylor had difficulty moving his left leg backward and sideways during a pre-practice stretching drill. At one point, he was unable to lift his leg high enough to slip back on his left cleat.
The quarterback bruised his tendon while being sacked on the first play of scrimmage in a 23-3 loss to New England last weekend. He played through the opening minute of the fourth quarter before being carted off the sideline.
Rookie backup Nathan Peterman and Joe Webb split snaps during practice Wednesday.
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