The Buffalo News believes it's "really possible" the Bills name Tyrod Taylor their starting quarterback.
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports "several people within the organization" believe QB Tyrod Taylor has a chance to be the Week 1 starter.
Bills GM Doug Whaley confirmed QB Tyrod Taylor will get first-team reps during offseason practices.
Tyrod Taylor's two-year deal with the Bills includes $1.2 million guaranteed.
Bills signed QB Tyrod Taylor, formerly of the Ravens.
Free agent QB Tyrod Taylor is visiting the Bills.
Coach John Harbaugh said the Ravens have been "disappointed" with Tyrod Taylor's progression and are looking for quarterback depth.
Ravens backup QB Tyrod Taylor rushed four times for seven yards and caught a six-yard pass in Baltimore's Week 12 win over the Jets.
Tyrod Taylor completed 15-of-25 passes for 149 yards and an interception while rushing for 65 yards and a touchdown on nine carries in relief of Joe Flacco against the Bengals in Sunday's Week 17, 23-17 loss.
The Baltimore Sun believes QB Tyrod Taylor will be "seriously challenged" by Curtis Painter for the Ravens' No. 2 job.
Coach John Harbaugh indicated that Ravens backup QB Tyrod Taylor has "grown everywhere" this offseason.
Following Thursday's Curtis Painter signing, coach John Harbaugh insists that Tyrod Taylor is entrenched as Joe Flacco's primary backup.
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is confident in Tyrod Taylor as Joe Flacco's long-term backup.
The Ravens are not expected to pursue free agent QB David Garrard.