Sports Tyrod Taylor returns to starter's role for Bills' matchup with Dolphins

20:54  15 december  2017
20:54  15 december  2017 Source:   theScore

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Quarterback Tyrod Taylor missed the Bills ' Week 14 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts because of a knee injury. Now, he'll return to the starting lineup this week against the Miami Dolphins , the team announced Friday.

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The Buffalo Bills announced quarterback Tyrod Taylor will return to his role as starter for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins.

Taylor was inactive for last week's snowy home game against the Indianapolis Colts as he recovered from a knee injury. Rookie Nathan Peterman started in his place and sustained a concussion in the game. He remains in concussion protocol, head coach Sean McDermott revealed.

Joe Webb will serve as Taylor's backup in Sunday's game.

The Bills also announced left tackle Cordy Glenn has been placed on injured reserve due to a foot and ankle injury.

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