Bills coach Sean McDermott was noncommittal about Tyrod Taylor's future in Buffalo during his introductory press conference.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Bills owners "expressed remorse" to interim coach Anthony Lynn for making him bench Tyrod Taylor in Week 17.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bills continue to have no intentions of picking up Tyrod Taylor's $15.5 million option bonus this offseason.
Tyrod Taylor is undergoing groin surgery on Thursday.
Tyrod Taylor said he has "done enough to be the starter" for the Bills moving forward.
Bills declared QB Tyrod Taylor, TE Gerald Christian, CB Stephon Gilmore, OT Cordy Glenn, WR Dez Lewis, TE Logan Thomas and DT Adolphus Washington inactive for Week 17 against the Jets.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Bills made the decision to move on from Tyrod Taylor (groin) "weeks ago."
Tyrod Taylor will meet with a doctor in Philadelphia to determine if he needs hernia surgery.
Bills interim coach Anthony Lynn termed Tyrod Taylor's Thursday absence as a "veteran's day."
Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports Tyrod Taylor has played through a "severe groin injury" for the past month.
Tyrod Taylor is not practicing Thursday.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bills will bench Tyrod Taylor for Week 17 against the Jets.
Tyrod Taylor completed 26-of-39 passes for 329 yards and three touchdowns in the Bills' 34-31, Week 16 overtime loss to the Dolphins.
ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak does not expect the Bills to re-negotiate Tyrod Taylor's contract this offseason.