Sean McDermott did not reveal who the Buffalo Bills’ starting quarterback will be Thursday night in the preseason finale at Chicago, let alone on opening day of the regular season in Baltimore.
Prior to practice Monday afternoon at One Bills Drive, McDermott said he and his staff will be making the decision on what the quarterback rotation will be at Soldier Field when the Bills play their final preseason game, and it did not seem as if the team is going to sign a free agent to take the bulk of the snaps in order to protect Nathan Peterman, Josh Allen and A.J. McCarron.
“No,” McDermott said when asked if he had settled on a starter. “No further quarterback developments from (Sunday) night at this point. Still coming off the game, little unique practicing the day after and not having a day off. Still going through that, want to get through this practice first and make sure we have our ducks in a row before moving forward.”
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