It appears that the Bills will have starting quarterback Trent Edwards under center this week as he comes back from a concussion. The QB expects to be cleared to play after missing nearly a month.
Edwards said he felt rested and refreshed after practicing Monday in the Bills first workout since a four-day break because of the bye week. He added he’s “ready to go” but hasn’t been informed if he’ll start Sunday when Buffalo (3-5) plays at Tennessee (2-6).
Bills coach Dick Jauron didn’t speak to reporters on Monday, and has not said whether Edwards will regain his starting job once healthy. Backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick helped the Bills go 2-1 after Edwards was hurt in a 16-13 overtime win over the Jets on October 18th.
All indications are that Edwards will start after he practiced twice last week and continued working with Buffalo’s top receivers, Terrell Owens and Lee Evans, on Monday.