Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman is in the concussion protocol after taking a hit to his head in the third quarter of Sunday’s 13-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
The Bills host the Miami Dolphins next Sunday, with their quarterback situation in flux.
“We’ll see,” Webb said after the game. “We’ll see what’s going on with Tyrod and Nate. I will always be ready if my number’s called.”
In addition to Peterman, Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin limped off the field in the fourth quarter after diving for an incomplete pass. Benjamin later returned to the game before again limping off after attempting to make another catch.
“I kind of just bent [my knee] back, aggravated it a little bit,” he said. “We’ll go check with the docs and see what’s going on with it. I’m still walking, so that’s a good sign.”
Benjamin missed two games after tearing the meniscus in his right knee during a Nov. 19 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Lions claimed defensive end Dwight Freeney off waivers on Wednesday, the day after he was released by the Seahawks, ESPN reports.
Freeney is a seven-time Pro Bowler and three-time First Team All-Pro. He’s also 37, but his three sacks in four games this season with Seattle indicates he can still play. Freeney played an average of 28 snaps over his first three games with the Seahawks but just 17 in Seattle’s loss to the Falcons on Monday night.
The Lions have 21 sacks so far this season, tied for 20th in the NFL. Freeney has 125 1/2 sacks in his 16 years in the league, 17th on the all-time list and second to the Panthers’ Julius Peppers among active players.