INDIANAPOLIS -- At least three teams are known to have an interest in signing Tyrod Taylor if the Buffalo Bills decide to release their quarterback, The Buffalo News has learned.
They are the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Jets, an NFL source said.
The NFL Scouting Combine here is when teams explore their options beyond what's available in the draft. The Browns, 49ers, and Jets have major questions at quarterback.
And if the Bills choose to not pick up the option in Taylor's contract, which would guarantee him $30.75 million, he would become available to be signed by any other club. A trade is also possible, but unlikely because the terms of Taylor's contract would still be in place.
On Wednesday, coach Sean McDermott said the Bills had yet to determine what to do about Taylor. He also said it was possible they could go all the way up to the March 11 deadline to make the call.