Bills GM Doug Whaley Comments on Potentially Selecting QB in 2016 NFL Draft

January 27, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was one of the NFL's biggest revelations in 2015, but general manager Doug Whaley may still be willing to hedge his bets under center through the 2016 NFL draft.
According to Tyler Dunne of the Buffalo News, Whaley did not rule out the possibility of selecting a signal-caller early in the upcoming draft despite Taylor's rapid development:
"We'll do it because if you look at it, unfortunately we have two quarterbacks on the roster and both of them are entering the last year of their contract," Whaley said. "If it presents itself, it makes sense and it's a guy we like, and we believe in, absolutely."
After serving four years in a backup role for the Baltimore Ravens, the 26-year-old Taylor enjoyed an excellent 2015 campaign that saw him complete 63.7 percent of his passes for 3,035 yards, 20 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also added 568 yards and four scores on the ground in 14 games, making him one of the league's top dual...

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