Bills QB Tyrod Taylor has cleared the concussion protocol, according to ESPN's Field Yates. Barring a setback, he'll start against the Jets on Sunday.
The Browns have ruled QB Tyrod Taylor out for the rest of Thursday night’s game after he suffered a concussion in the 2nd quarter against the Jets. That gives way to Baker Mayfield — possibly for good
Browns QB Tyrod Taylor dislocated his left pinkie in Thursday night's preseason game against the Eagles, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That's Taylor's non-throwing hand. And he returned to the meaningless game. We're not expecting this to be an issue by the time Week 1 rolls around but will keep an eye on Taylor.
Bills QB Tyrod Taylor suffered a concussion late in Sunday's Wild Card loss to the Jaguars. It's the 1st known concussion of his career and shouldn't impact his 2018 offseason. That might be the last time we seen Taylor in a Bills uniform, though. This current coaching staff and front office has always seemed lukewarm on him. And Taylor is due a $6 million roster bonus -- on top of his $10 million salary -- this year.
The Bills expect QB Tyrod Taylor to return from his concussion in time to play the season opener against the Jets, GM Brandon Beane said during a radio interview Friday. Rookie Nathan Peterman would step in if Taylor has a setback.
Bills QB Tyrod Taylor went down with a concussion in Saturday's preseason game vs. Baltimore. Fortunately, our database shows that it's his first concussion. He'll have about 2 weeks to clear the NFL's concussion protocol before a Week 1 date with the Jets.
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