Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Thursday that the Bills are not planning to release QB Tyrod Taylor this offseason and they’re fine paying him the $6 million bonus he has coming his way this offseason. “At this point, it doesn’t seem like they’re going to cut him without knowing who his replacement will be,” Rapoport said. “The Bills are OK with paying a $6 million roster bonus to keep him on the roster.” Rapoport adds that one-year, $10 million remaining on Taylor’s contract is “much more tradeable.” This fits with what Rapoport said a few weeks ago, which is that based on the demand of quarterbacks and how much interest they expect him to generate as a trade candidate, Buffalo has no interest in releasing him.
Bills Comfortable Paying Tyrod Taylor $6M Roster Bonus, No Plans To Cut Him
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