Ian Rapoport Has Promising Injury Update On Josh Allen
Injury Update On Josh Allen
The Bison Bills could have kept away from calamity on account of Josh Allen’s elbow injury.
Allen hurt his tossing elbow on the last drive of Bison’s misfortune to the New York Planes on Sunday.
The Bills have hushed up about the degree of the harm, yet
another report from NFL Organization’s Ian Rapoport is empowering.
As per Rapoport, Allen is managing a UCL sprain, yet doesn’t require a medical procedure.
“It’s not viewed as a significant, significant physical issue, and that implies the conviction is that it is something he can play through,” Rapoport said.
In any case, Rapoport forewarned, it’s not ensured that Allen will play through the issue this week.
He is supposed to be restricted practically speaking and his status not entirely set in stone before very long.
From @GMFB: #Bills QB Josh Allen is dealing with a sprained right elbow, sources say, a UCL injury that will limit him this week. While it’s no sure thing that Allen plays vs the #Vikings, belief is it’s an injury he can manage moving forward. How he responds this week is key. pic.twitter.com/86HQb0Kdzz— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 9, 2022
Assuming Allen can’t go this week, veteran reinforcement Case Keenum will get the beginning for the 6-2 Bills.
Bison will have the 7-1 Minnesota Vikings at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.