Tyrod Taylor and his teammates talked prior to the offseason about setting up some offseason player only workouts. A few Bills players however, are finishing up their schooling or rehab injuries. But Taylor is determined to carve out some time with his offensive playmakers before they have to report to One Bills Drive in mid-April.
“We’re working on everybody’s schedules, trying to figure out the best time to meet,” said Taylor in an interview with Bleacher Report NFL analyst Jason Cole. “A couple of guys have gone back to school to work on their degrees and a lot of guys have to get in shape and train, so they’re on different schedules, but we’ll get together for a couple of weeks before we get back to the team for the offseason.”
When asked if Taylor plans to go to a remote location to train with teammates like Seattle’s Russell Wilson, Taylor said they’re not interested in where they’re going as much as they are getting some work in.
“We’re going to do what we do,” said Taylor. “Russell went to Hawaii with his guys. We’re not going to be as extreme.”
Taylor also said he’s not focused on Buffalo’s plans to add a quarterback this offseason or about a potential contract extension.
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