The Browns traded a seventh-round draft pick (223rd overall) to the Dolphins in exchange for Taylor and the 250th pick in the draft, NFL.com reports. Taylor, who was taken by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2013 draft, will look to re-boot his NFL career after ending up a healthy scratch for three of Miami's last five games this past season. At the very least, he provides the Browns with a player with some untapped ability to boost the team's depth at cornerback.
Taylor may have lost his starting job, reports the Miami Herald. Taylor just has not performed up to expectation and at this point the team is willing to try just about anything to bust out of their slump.
Dolphins cornerback Jamar Taylor suffered a quad injury in Saturday's preseason game against Carolina. Taylor left in the second quarter and was offiically announced as questionable to return, per the Palm Beach Post.
Dolphins cornerback Jamar Taylor underwent surgery for a torn labrum but expects to be fine for OTAs, reports the Miami Herald. Taylor played in 12 games this season, making 31 tackles.
The Dolphins announced several roster moves on Tuesday, per the team's official website. The has placed offensive lineman Nate Garner and cornerback Jamar Taylor on the injured reserve list. In a corresponding move, the team signed center Sam Brenner and defensive tackle Deandre Coleman off the practice squad.
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