Tyrod Taylor is now flexing back at the Buffalo Bills!
After the Bills decided to sit him the last game of the season, Taylor and the Bills have been going back and forth. The Bills quarterback has now made it public that he is not willing to restructure his contract and agree to a pay cut to return to the Bills in 2017, according to the Buffalo News’ Vic Carucci.
According to Carucci, Taylor and his agent are “firmly convinced” that he would secure the same salary from another team on the open market, so there’s really no incentive for him to reduce his compensation.
There are rumors floating out there that the Browns would be interested in Taylor if he hit the market, but the Bills would need to decline the option before that happened.
Bills do not have many options right now. They can look for a veteran, but if they let Tyrod walk they could be making a bad decision.