WGR 550 Buffalo's Sal Capaccio reports both the Bills and contract-year QB Tyrod Taylor are open to an in-season extension.
ABC Buffalo's Joe Buscaglia believes Tyrod Taylor has made important strides this offseason.
Tyrod Taylor said he is "more in command" of the offense this offseason.
Tyrod Taylor does not think the Bills need to "open up" the offense.
Now that LT Cordy Glenn has agreed to a five-year contract, the Bills are expected to pursue long-term deals with Tyrod Taylor and CB Stephon Gilmore.
Bills GM Doug Whaley said there is a "very, very good possibility" they draft a quarterback this year.
Tyrod Taylor said he is not focused on his contract situation.
Speaking Monday, Bills coach Rex Ryan hinted the sides are far apart in Tyrod Taylor's extension talks.
Appearing on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Tyrod Taylor's agent said the Bills "didn't go to the playoffs last year because of discipline and offense," and that Taylor was "exceptional."
Tyrod Taylor said he wants to be the "long-term answer" at quarterback for the Bills.
Speaking Monday, Bills GM Doug Whaley acknowledged there's "some work to be done" in extension talks with contract-year QB Tyrod Taylor.
The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci reports "there has been little, if any, progress" on a long-term extension for Tyrod Taylor.
In-house reporter Chris Brown expects the Bills to let Tyrod Taylor play out this season before signing an extension.
Bills GM Doug Whaley considers a new Tyrod Taylor deal a "luxury."