The Buffalo Bills will have Tyrod Taylor on the field when they open the 2017 NFL regular season against the New York Jets on Sunday.ÂThere had been doubt about his availability after he suffered a concussion in the Bills' 13-9 preseason defeat to the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 26. "With any starter, it gets to the point in the week where you got to say, 'Hey, we're going to have to go one way or the other,'" Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott said Monday, per ESPN.com's Mike Rodak.
The Cincinnati Bengals have announced rookie wide receiver John RossÂ won'tÂ play in Week 1's game against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium because of a knee injury.ÂPaul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati EnquirerÂ reported Ross was going to be sidelinedÂ for the 2017 regular-season opener Sunday.ÂRoss sprained his knee during the Bengals' preseason finale against the Indianapolis Colts on Aug. 31.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is reportedly unlikely to play in his team's season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reported it is unlikely the dynamic receiver will play, though Raanan noted Beckham will go through his pregame workout. Adam Schefter of ESPN added the following: "Asked chances of OBJ playing tonight vs. Cowboys, one source texted, 'What are the chances of you going to Cuba next month for vacation?'"
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