Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph will not compete at next week's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., because of a minor left foot sprain, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Rudolph has intrigued Bills fans as a draft possibility.
The sprain will not require surgery, according to the report, and Rudolph will be in Mobile for official measurements and interviews with teams. He met with doctors Wednesday and was hoping to be cleared, but doctors determined that the injury will need two more weeks to heal.
Nebraska's Tanner Lee will replace Rudolph.
The quarterback group at the Senior Bowl is Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, Wyoming's Josh Allen, Virginia's Kurt Benkert, Washington State's Luke Falk, Richmond's Kyle Lauletta, Western Kentucky's Mike White and Troy's Brandon Silvers and Lee.
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