Buffalo Bills likely to keep quarterback Tyrod Taylor when free agency begins

@Deepizzaguy (14949)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
February 21, 2017 6:03pm CST
Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor will likely stay with the team instead of being released since the team does not want to pay him $30.75 million dollars of guaranteed money he is owed over the next two years. The reason is that it is not that easy to find a veteran quarterback in the free agent market that could replace Taylor on the Bills roster in 2017. The Bills are likely to hire a veteran quarterback to assist Taylor in 2017 and probably draft a quarterback from the college football team to groom as the future quarterback of the Bills future.
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@JohnRoberts (62816)
• Los Angeles, California
22 Feb 17
Prudent move. That's a big payout to release a guy.
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@Deepizzaguy (14949)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
22 Feb 17
Just hope that Tyrod can become an elite quarterback this year.
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