The Buffalo Bills are going to have an issue on its hands when it comes to quarterback Tyrod Taylor. The former Virginia Tech standout’s $30 million contract is guaranteed if they keep him through March 11.
With Taylor not willing to take a pay cut, and GM Doug Whaley calling the idea of Cardale Jones at quarterback “appealing,” the idea of trading Taylor might come to fruition as spring creeps up on the NFL.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer reported Wednesday that Cleveland Browns quarterbacks coach David Lee likes the idea of Taylor joining the Browns. The report said that the Browns could be angling for Taylor with the Lee hire because the coach was with the Bills for the last two seasons.
According to the Plain-Dealer, “Lee likes Taylor a lot and would welcome continuing to work with him.”
Should Cleveland acquire him, Hue Jackson would have to make a decision on Robert Griffin III.