Peterman was cleared from the league's concussion protocol Monday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Peterman did not suit up for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins due to his concussion, but it appears that will be the extent of his absence, barring any setbacks this week. Expect Peterman to reclaim his role as the Bills' backup quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor.
Cadet saw four carries for 24 yards and caught his only target during Sunday's win over Miami.
Teammate Mike Tolbert was a healthy scratch, leaving Cadet as the No. 2 behind bell-cow back LeSean McCoy. The starter was down for a few minutes after one carry; had that transpired into something worse, Cadet would have instantly become the main ball carrier for the Bills, at least for the rest of this contest. However, McCoy remains surprisingly durable given his 29-year-old body and the 10,000-plus yards of NFL tread on his tires, while the season is running out of time for insurance backs like Cadet to have any value.
Jones was targeted twice but did not catch a pass in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
With Kelvin Benjamin limping around the field on a bad knee, it's quite surprising Jones, a starter, hasn't even caught a pass the last two weeks after getting 31 targets (15 receptions) over the four previous games. Such is the life of a rookie in a bad passing offense, as Jones has only posted a few hot games amid a slow debut campaign. With just 291 receiving yards and two scores, he'll be tough to trust for those still playing in Week 16.
Benjamin (knee) nabbed both of his targets for 20 yards during Sunday's 24-16 win over Miami.
Slowed by a knee injury, Benjamin has not been the alpha receiver the Bills had hoped for following a mid-season trade with Carolina. The big-bodied target remains hobbled and has just nine catches for 120 yards in four games with the Bills. The Bills offense leans heavily on the run and interior pass game, so don't expect things to get much better for the former first-round pick. Next up comes a New England defense that gave Buffalo fits in Week 13 when Benjamin was out of the lineup.
Clay (knee) caught five of nine targets for 68 yards during Sunday's 24-16 win over Miami.
The nine targets tied a season high for Clay, and his five catches and 68 yards were his most since going down in early October with a midseason knee injury. The veteran tight end will get another opportunity to beat up on the Dolphins in Week 17 but will have to take on the Patriots first. New England held Clay to just 20 yards in a 23-3 Week 13 win over the Bills.