Josh Allen To Resume Duties As Starting Quarterback

ORCHARD PARK – After missing the last four games due to a sprained UCL, Bills quarterback Josh Allen, will return to action on Sunday against the Jaguars. 
Allen sustained his injury during the Bills-Texans game on Oct. 14. The first round pick out of the University of Wyoming is 2-3 as the Bills starting quarterback so far this season.
Allen has been part of a quarterback merry-go-round in which Buffalo has started four different quarterbacks during the season. In five games played, Allen has passed for 832 yards, two touchdowns, and five interceptions so far in his rookie campaign.
Allen is also fourth on the team in rushing with 155 yards, and a team leading three touchdowns. Buffalo will be playing against the Jaguars this Sunday on CBS. Kick-off will be at 1 p.m.