Bills QB Tyrod Taylor knocked out of Saturday's game with a concussion

Solenn Plantier
Août 27, 2017

In the game of football, there are few things worse than preseason injuries.

Starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor has left the game with a concussion suffered on the team's second offensive series.

The QB appeared to fall hard on the back of his head on a third-down sack by Baltimore Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon.

After a brief examination on the sidelines, Taylor was taken to the locker room for evaluation for a head injury.

The 28-year-old was replaced by rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman.

BALTIMORE (AP) - Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor has been removed from Saturday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens with a concussion.

All told, Taylor completed 61.7 percent of his passes for 3,023 yards, 17 scores and six picks with a banged-up receiving corps at his disposal previous year.

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