During the action-packed day on Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills sent one of their quarterbacks to injured reserve.
The Buffalo Bills finished trimming their 53-man roster before the deadline of 4 p.m. and revealed several roster moves shortly afterward.
The Bills were able to announce the victor of the QB2 position out of training camp to serve as the backup quarterback for star quarterback Josh Allen. As a result of an injury he sustained during the preseason, Kyle Allen now holds that position.
The home of the Buffalo Bills. Injured reserve for Matt BarkleyBarkley is suffering from an ailment to his elbow. Since the 2022 campaign, he has been a member of the Bills' roster.
Kyle Allen, who is 27 years old, will serve as the backup quarterback for Josh Allen until Matt Barkley can return. Over the course of his five-year NFL career, Kyle has started 19 games.
During that time period, he has completed throws for more than 4,700 yards and has 26 touchdowns compared to 21 interceptions.
A cause for concern for the Bills before of the 2023 regular season is the quarterback backup scenario for Josh Allen. There has been speculation that the Bills will engage in a trade for a quarterback during the current NFL season.