Ian Rapoport reports that the Bills are not interested in cutting QB Tyrod Taylor but would like to trade him, based on the demand of quarterbacks and how much interest they expect him to generate as a trade candidate.

Two weeks ago, Taylor said that he is not interested in restructuring his contract this offseason to remain in Buffalo. (NFLTR)

Taylor added that he and his representation have yet to speak with the Bills regarding their plans, so it is clear to see that Buffalo could be looking to part ways with the veteran this offseason.

“I really haven’t had any communications as to what’s the plan moving forward,” Taylor said. “I’m sure that it’ll be communicated to me at some point, but as of right now, I’m going to continue to focus on myself mentally, physically, and get ready for another season.”