Tyrod Taylor will stay with Bills on restructured contract — National Football League free agency

Mar 09, 2017, 00:34
Tyrod Taylor will stay with Bills on restructured contract — National Football League free agency

The Buffalo Bills announced that they plan to retain quarterback Tyrod Taylor for the 2017 National Football League season on a restructured deal.

The Bills had the choice to either pick up Taylor's option by March 11, let him go or re-do his deal. But even a cursory glance around at the available (and potentially available) QB options out there made it rather obvious that Taylor was the Bills' best option this off-season. Considering Mike Glennon might get $14 million or $15 million when he hits free agency, that was not insane money for Taylor. "I've gotten a chance to know Tyrod and study him over the past several weeks and he is both a great person and competitor".

In 2016, Taylor completed 269 of 436 passes for 3,023 yards with 17 touchdowns and 6 interceptions while adding 580 yards rushing on the ground, a new franchise record eclipsing the mark he set the previous season.

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For the second time in seven months, Tyrod Taylor has agreed to a new contract with the Buffalo Bills.

Taylor started his career as a sixth-round selection of the Baltimore Ravens in 2011, playing four seasons for the team with just 14 games played.

Especially with the firing of Rex Ryan at the end of last season and Taylor being benched, it was unclear of how the team would handle the Taylor situation. But until we find out the details on Taylor's new deal, it's hard to project his long-term future with the team. Zach Brown responded back with, "Bro, I'm a miss playing next to you on Sundays, my brother".