Taylor, Peterman both full participants in Thursday's practice

December 14, 2017

Bills’ quarterbacks Tyrod Taylor and Nathan Peterman were both full participants in Thursday’s practice, although Peterman remains in the league’s concussion protocol and head coach Sean McDermott still hasn’t committed to Taylor being ready to play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.

Taylor missed last Sunday’s win over the Indianapolis Colts with a patellar tendon contusion suffered a week earlier. Peterman started the game, but left in the third quarter after a helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker Antonio Morrison. He finished 5-for-10 for 57 yards and threw for the team’s only touchdown in regulation, hitting wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin on an eight-yard fade pass just before halftime.

Third-string quarterback Joe Webb came into the game for Peterman and played the rest of the way. He finished 2-for-6 for 35 yards, including an interception.

Here are the injury reports for both teams after Thursday’s practices: 

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