Taylor Rapp might play this week after being taken off the field in an ambulance Sunday

Bills safety Taylor Rapp suffered yesterday's scariest injury when he was put on a stretcher and into an ambulance following a collision. But today Rapp is doing so well that the Bills think he might play on Sunday.

Rapp injured his neck, but he went through a battery of tests and got a clean bill of health today. Bills coach Sean McDermott said Rapp might play at Philadelphia on Sunday.

Although Rapp was put into an ambulance, he was doing well enough that it was decided he did not need to go to the hospital. He received medical attention in the stadium.

The 25-year-old Rapp is in his first season with the Bills after playing the last four with the Rams.