Sean McDermott Non-Committal About Bills QB Position For 2018

Bills head coach Sean McDermott met with members of the western New York media on Tuesday in Mobile, Alabama, the site of the Senior Bowl. Practices are already underway ahead of Saturday’s game, Nick Wojton of Buffalofootballbeat.com reports.

During his chat, McDermott was, as usual, non-committal. Discussing his quarterback was no exception. According to several reporters such as WKBW Bills beat reporter Joe Buscaglia, McDermott declined to comment on Taylor’s future.

“I’m not going to get into Tyrod Taylor’s future,” McDermott told reporters.

Senior Bowl: Sean McDermott declines discussion into Tyrod Taylor’s future, other updates – Buffalo Football Beat

“I thought the quarterback position, in particular Taylor and then Nate [Peterman] did some good things. I’ve mentioned before, the work ethic and the intangibles that Tyrod brings to the table are very much appreciated and a big part of how we did things this year and what we were able to do. I thought he did some good things and overall, we’ll continue to evaluate where we are what’s right for this organization moving forward,” McDermott said per ESPN Bills beat reporter Mike Rodak.


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