According to Denver Denver’s Mike Klis, Denver Broncos has signed veteran back Jamar Taylor for a one-year deal.
Taylor is added to the secondary after Chris Harris Jr. All-Pro cornerback. suffered a broken fibula in Broncos victory over Bengal. Harris will be out until at least the postseason (if Broncos does), so Taylor will have a few weeks to make an impact with Broncos.
The former Boise State Bronco played 10 matches with Arizona Cardinals this year before released by the team. Taylor visited Broncos yesterday and signed a deal with the team today.
Taylor has played six seasons in the NFL and has totaled 21
8 tackles, 0.5 sacks, 28 pass deflections, 3 interceptions and 1 forced fumla.
It is unclear what role to play with Broncos. I expect Corner Bradley Roby to enter number one corner with veteran Tramaine Brock (if it’s healthy) to be number two corner. It is possible that Taylor plays the slot or moves out with Roby or Brock moving into the slot. Broncos also has youngsters Isaac Yiadom and Brendan Langley on roster as well.
Broncos patchwork secondary face Nick Mullens and San Francisco 49ers this weekend.
To create a place for Taylor on the Broncos roasts, they have captured offensive thanks Cyrus Kouandjio as they recently signed.