Taylor (groin) is ready to play in Sunday's season finale versus the Steelers. Taylor will continue to play through a nagging groin injury.
Taylor (groin) is not practicing Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Taylor continues to nurse a groin injury that has hindered him from practicing the past couple of weeks. He did play through the aliment in Saturday's win over the Chargers, so a similar plan may be in the place for this week. With Joe Haden (neck) also on the sidelines, the Browns could potentially be very thin at cornerback for Week 17, but look for more updates to come throughout the week.
Taylor (groin) will be active for Saturday's game against the Chargers. Taylor was unable to log a full practice throughout the week, but he'll still be good to go for Saturday's tilt. He's slated to start at cornerback across from Joe Haden.
Taylor (groin) was limited in practice Thursday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Though he's been limited in practice at least once a week for over a month now, he's still managed to play from Week 11 on, and we don't expect that to change against the Chargers on Saturday.
Taylor (groin) was remove from the Browns' injury report Friday. Taylor was able to practice in full on Friday and the team felt confident enough in his status to remove him from the report. He'll be expected to start opposite Joe Haden on Sunday.