BUFFALO, N.Y. -Leading the Bills to their first playoff appearance in 18 years wasn't enough for Tyrod Taylor to secure his long-term future in Buffalo.
However, even with Taylor around, the Browns are still expected to select a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft and Dorsey and his staff are in the process of deciding if that's Southern Cal's Sam Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen, Wyoming's Josh Allen or Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, the Heisman Trophy victor who scares some Cleveland fans because of his Johnny Manziel-like showmanship. Cleveland is sending its first pick in the third round to Buffalo, the sources said.
New Browns GM John Dorsey on Friday completed agreements to execute three trades, which can not become official until next Wednesday at 4 p.m. EDT with the advent of the new league year. This draft has quarterbacks full of controversy, but picking among Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson is still a position some teams would love to be in. If you were around Buffalo this past year, it was definitely different from the previous two years. More such acquisitions of impact players surely are on the way, thanks to Dorsey, who knows what he's doing.
The AP reports that the Browns still plan to take a quarterback with either the No. 1 pick or the No. 4 selection, as they have both, but the immediate question as it relates to Penn State is this: Does it cement Saquon Barkley as the top pick? He has the experience needed to be that bridge quarterback Cleveland needed.
The intrigue of April's draft will now pretty much start at No. 2.
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The Bills will get a third-round pick from Cleveland, No. 65 overall. Barkley and Fitzpatrick. All three combinations work, and they all sound good. But he has final say on the 53-man roster.
Tyrod Taylor was always a great teammate and rarely distracted the team.
As a rookie, he allowed 58.2 percent of passes thrown his way to be caught, and they went for an average of 16.7 yards, but he had four picks and 11 pass breakups.
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Taylor's mobility was his strength. Once the season was over rumors began to swirl that the two sides could not come up with a suitable contract.
He was, however, inconsistent in the passing attack in drawing criticism for being hesitant in the pocket and failing to find open receivers downfield.
The Colts offensive line surrendered the most sacks (56) and the 6th most QB hits (113) last season, and it's the same unit that started the likes of Jeremy Vujnovich, Le'Raven Clark, and Kyle Kalis at offensive guard this past season among others.
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