ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WKBW) — Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is considered day-to-day with a foot sprain suffered on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On Wednesday, he was listed as a limited participant during the team's walk-through but he said if it's up to him, he'll be on the field against the Carolina Panthers.
“Obviously I want whatever's the best opportunity for our team to win the football game but if I can go, I’m going to go," Allen said after practice.
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“Obviously I’d love to play, we’ll re-evaluate in a couple days”
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Allen, who was wearing a walking boot after the loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday said he's still sore but the pain has improved.
“It’s quite a bit better, and again, hats off to the training staff for putting up with me in the training room and giving me the attention that I’ve needed. But again, we need to attack these next few days."
Bills head coach Sean McDermott echoed those same comments and said the team will be handling the injury one day at a time.
“[I'm] feeling good," Allen added. "Obviously we’ve got a few more days we’ve got to rehab. Obviously I’d love to play and we’ll have to reevaluate some things in a couple days. But as of right now it feels pretty good and we’re fortunate to have the training staff we do to work on it around the clock.”