After missing the previous two games, the Bills’ backup quarterback has been activated.


Bills’ backup quarterback returns after missing the last two games.

The Buffalo Bills’ backup quarterback is returning to the team.

Mitchell Trubisky was activated on Monday after missing the previous two games while on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Mitch Trubisky, a quarterback on the ReserveCovid-19 list, has been activated.

Austin Proehl, a wide receiver, has been released from the practice squad.

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Third-string quarterback Davis Webb was reassigned to the practice squad, while wide receiver Austin Proehl was released.

After spending the previous three years on and off the practice squads of the Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, and Los Angeles Chargers, Proehl – a seventh-round pick of the Bills in the 2018 NFL draft – was added to Buffalo’s practice squad on November 2.

Trubisky did not play in the team’s Week 9 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars or their Week 10 rout of the New York Jets.

Webb was promoted to the active roster on both occasions.

In Week 10, Trubisky was denied playing time.

Josh Allen, the starting quarterback, has stayed relatively healthy so far (crossing fingers).

Trubisky has only seen the field in blowouts as a result of his limited playing time.

In fact, the former No. 1 ranked player is no longer with us.

The Chicago Bears’ second-round pick hasn’t played in 43 days.

Trubisky appeared in three consecutive games from week two to week four, all of which were easy Bills victories.

Trubisky’s performance in Buffalo’s 35-0 rout of the Miami Dolphins in Week 2 almost doesn’t count because both of his snaps were kneel downs.

The 27-year-old rushed four times for 19 yards and completed his one pass attempt for one yard in the team’s 43-21 win over the Washington Football Team in week three.

Trubisky played a season-high nine snaps in the Bills’ 40-0 thrashing of the Houston Texans in week five, rushing four times for 10 yards and a touchdown while also completing his lone pass attempt for eight yards.

Trubisky would have come on in relief of Allen against the Jets instead of Webb, who came in for the final four snaps and had a pair of kneels, if he hadn’t still been on the COVID-19reserve list in week 10.

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