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Tyrod Taylor “unwilling” to take pay cut from Buffalo Bills stat : buffalorumblings

according to While several options exist for the Buffalo Bills and Tyrod Taylor over the next few weeks, one that has been suggested by many fans is a pay cut or restructured contract for the quarterback.
Several quarterback-needy teams are flush with cap space this offseason and could easily afford to pay Taylor more than the Bills are set to offer with plenty of room to spare.
Most of the assumptions around Taylor derive from the end of last season, but if McDermott wants to keep Taylor around strongly enough he could (and should) have his wish granted.
One option that has been discussed is restructuring the contract without necessarily reducing Taylor’s salary at all.
The deadline for a decision is March 12th when the $27.5 million guarantee kicks in.

Tyrod Taylor “unwilling” to take pay cut from Buffalo Bills

according to Oct 30, 2016; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor (5) comes into the game during the second half against the New England Patriots at New Era Field.
Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY SportsWith his future as a member of the Buffalo Bills up in the air, Tyrod Taylor seems ready to move on.
After one season as their starting quarterback, the Buffalo Bills signed Tyrod Taylor to a six-year, $92 million contract extension with more available via incentives last August.
According to Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, Taylor is not entertaining a restructure of pay cut.
That last sentiment is unrealistic, even if Taylor winds up being one of the better quarterbacks available this offseason.

Tyrod Taylor won't take pay cut to stay with Buffalo Bills

according to The Buffalo Bills quarterback signed a six-year, $92 million deal last August and reportedly has no interest in restructuring it to help his team out.
They signed Taylor to an awful contract in August and are paying the price now.
Taylor is due $30.75 million guaranteed in 2017 if the Bills pick up his option on March 11.
If he was cut and hit the market, Taylor would immediately become the top quarterback available and rake in a significant contract anyway.
But six months ago did the Bills really believe he would be worth $30.75 million in 2017?

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