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Reports: Bills moving on without Taylor 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On March 3, 2017 at 10:25 am EST

According to reports, the Buffalo Bills have made a decision on starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor. The team has decided that they are going to move on without him.

The Bills will try to trade him — and there will be a lot of interest. According to sources, there will be at least eight teams interested in the signal-caller.

Tyrod Taylor (Getty Images)

Tyrod Taylor (Getty Images)

The sense at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. Is that new head coach Sean McDermott, along with general manager Doug Whaley, will look elsewhere for a new starter. Tony Romo, once he is released by the Dallas Cowboys, will receive interest from the Bills and Denver Broncos, among others.

They have been flip-flopping on this issue for weeks. He had $30.75 million due to him over the next two seasons.

Whaley, when Rex Ryan was the head coach, did not see Taylor as the future signal-caller. But Ryan believed in him, along with convincing Whaley, to sign Taylor to a long-term deal.

Taylor is reportedly not willing to renegotiate his contract. If he’s released, or even traded, the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns and the New York Jets are all going to be interested in him.

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