PITTSFORD, N.Y. — The big difference between this year’s training camp and the 2015 version? No doubt, it’s at quarterback.
The Bills know exactly who their starter will be entering Week One: Tyrod Taylor. But what happens a year from now, when Taylor’s contract — as it stands — expires? Tyrod addressed the rumored discussions between his agent and the Bills.
“I didn’t think about it this offseason anyways but I’ve said it since day one: I understand the specifics of my contract and that I’m under contract for this year,” Taylor said. “If things happen, I’m all for it.”
Bills running back LeSean McCoy has noticed Taylor’s development over the past year — in particular, his command of the offense.
“A lot of people are still asking, ‘is he good?'” McCoy said. “Man, he’s really good. He throws the ball well and controls the offense. He’s not really a vocal guy but that’s something I’ve picked up on. He’s been very vocal with the leadership, demanding respect in the huddle.”
Running back Karlos Williams also addressed the media at the team’s first practice Saturday. Head coach Rex Ryan hinted his spot as the backup may not be guaranteed once he returns from his four-game suspension.