Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen was on the field for practice Friday, the third consecutive day that he has taken part, and was listed as a full participant for the first time this week.
Allen was a limited participant Wednesday and Thursday after getting a concussion during last Sunday's loss to the New England Patriots. He remains in the concussion protocol, coach Sean McDermott said Friday. Allen is listed as questionable.
If Allen can’t play, the Bills would need to promote Davis Webb from the practice squad to serve as the backup to Matt Barkley. Such a move must be made by 4 p.m. Saturday in order for Webb to be eligible to play against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Coach Sean McDermott said the team would be comfortable taking the decision right up to the deadline.
Fullback Patrick DiMarco and safety Dean Marlowe were no longer wearing no-contact jerseys at practice. Both have been in the concussion protocol and are listed as questionable.
Running back Devin Singletary and cornerback Taron Johnson, both with hamstring injuries, also are listed as questionable. The Bills want to see how each feels as the game nears before making a decision.
Offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe is not practicing for the third consecutive day with an ankle injury, but McDermott said the Bills expect him to play if the ankle is doing well enough to allow it. He is listed as questionable.
Wide receiver Robert Foster is listed as questionable with a groin injury. He was a limited participant Friday after being listed as full Wednesday and Thursday.
The only Bills ruled out are linebacker Corey Thompson and tight end Tyler Kroft.