By Justin Baumann
Tyrod Taylor’s days with the Buffalo Bills appear to be numbered. Before the madness of free agency begins, there are three potential teams that can make a move.
The Buffalo Bills opted to keep Tyrod Taylor on the active roster. The move was met with criticism because of the imminent future of the Bills adding a quarterback in the draft. I believe the decision to keep Taylor for the short-term was a solid personnel choice. They will eat a bit of money, but they can trade him for a pick during the draft.
Who they trade him to is anyone’s guess. The number of available quality quarterbacks this offseason is unprecedented.
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The dominos will fall and teams will be left looking for a starting/backup quarterback. Tyrod Taylor could be an option for that team with a fourth or fifth-round pick price tag. If he is traded, Taylor would provide a team with a mistake-free brand of football that is coveted.
Arizona Cardinals– I believe they will select a quarterback early in the draft. If I was new coach Steve Wilks, I would also be looking to maximize Larry Fitzgerald’s last year. They could decide to trade for Taylor as a stop-gap...