Ike Taylor

DB / Pittsburgh Steelers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 11,20,21

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  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Ike Taylor second Steelers DB to retire this offseason

    What was expected is now official - cornerback Ike Taylor has retired. He is the second Steelers defensive back to do so this offseason. Troy Polamalu has called it quits as well. Taylor concludes his career with 14 interceptions, 632 tackles and three sacks. He served as a starter since 2005, but never earned a Pro Bowl spot.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Ike Taylor says he is not fielding or seeking offers from teams

    Although cornerback Ike Taylor previously indicated he would like to play another season, Taylor said he is not fielding or seeking offers from any team, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Instead of talking with teams, Taylor might start pursuing a career in broadcasting with the NFL Network and NFL Films expressing interest. "I've been talking with them," he said. Taylor played his entire 12-year career with the Steelers. His contract expired after the 2014 season.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    CB Ike Taylor compares Dick LeBeau to Duke's Coach K

    With cornerback Ike Taylor hitting the free agent market this offseason, the Titans could be a landing spot if they're interested in him. Taylor has spent his entire career with the Steelers since 2003, when he was selected in the fourth round of the draft. But with former Steelers defensive coordinator joining the Titans coaching staff, moving to Tennessee is an attractive option for Taylor. "Coach LeBeau recruits himself. He is like Coach K [Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski]; you know what you are getting yourself into,'' Taylor told The Tennessean. "You don't have to ask the veteran guys who have played under him. Just say Coach LeBeau wants you to come, and they'd say: "What time? That's the way people feel about him." Taylor only played five games in 2014 due to injuries. He totaled 16 tackles and two pass deflections. The Steelers are not expected to re-sign Taylor.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    CB Ike Taylor expresses interest in Titans

    Impending free agent cornerback Ike Taylor told SiriusXM NFL Radio he'd be interested in following Dick LeBeau to Tennessee. LeBeau resigned as Steelers' defensive coordinator and was hired as the Titans' assistant head coach for defense. "If there's anbody I would follow, it's him and him only," said Taylor, 34, who's spent his entire 12-year career with the Steelers. Pittsburgh is not expected to re-sign Taylor.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Steelers not expected to re-sign Ike Taylor

    The Steelers likely won't re-sign impending free agent cornerback Ike Taylor, reports ESPN.com. Taylor, 34, dealt with multiple injuries this season and finished with 16 tackles in five games. Taylor has spent his entire 12-year career with Pittsburgh. He said this month he's OK with 2014 being his last season.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Steelers CB Ike Taylor OK if playing career is over

    Steelers veteran cornerback Ike Taylor was limited to five games in 2014 due to injury. The 34-year-old cornerback would like to return to Pittsburgh in 2015, but if it doesn't happen, he appears to be OK with it, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "I am very cool with this being my last year," Taylor said. "As far as putting the cleats up, I have years left. I have a lot of years left. I am not ready to make that final decision, but I am cool hanging my cleats up if it comes to it." Taylor suffered a broken forearm in September and struggled to regain his form after missing two months. Even if Taylor's playing days are done, he hopes to remain with the Steelers in some role. "As far as the Steelers organization, it doesn't have to be with the cleats anymore," Taylor said. "I can be in the office. I can be at the bottom and work my way up. I can be an assistant. I don't mind working my way from the bottom up."

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Steelers' Ike Taylor inactive for Saturday against Ravens

    Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor is inactive for Saturday's game against Baltimore. Taylor was considered probable for the matchup with both forearm and shoulder injuries after missing the Steelers last three games. Taylor has only played in five games this season for Pittsburgh, totaling 16 tackles. Brice McCain and B.W. Webb will likely fill in for the injured Taylor once again. The Steelers are 3-point favorites Saturday.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Steelers DBs Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor practicing in full

    Steelers safety Troy Polamalu (knee) and cornerback Ike Taylor (shoulder, forearm) practiced fully Wednesday ahead of Saturday night's playoff game against the Ravens. Both sat out Week 17. Pittsburgh is a 3-point home favorite.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Steelers list Week 17 inactives vs. Bengals

    The Steelers have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 17 showdown with the Bengals: cornerback Ike Taylor (shoulder, forearm), safety Troy Polamalu (knee), tight end Michael Palmer (groin), quarterback Landry Jones, wide receiver Justin Brown, defensive end Clifton Geathers and guard Chris Hubbard. Taylor, Polamalu and Palmer were all listed as questionable to play Sunday but none of the three will be available for the regular-season finale. The three players listed as probable to play in Week 17 are all active, including tackle Kelvin Beachum (back), tight end Matt Spaeth (elbow) and linebacker Vince Williams (ankle). Pittsburgh is a 3 1/2-point favorite at home against Cincinnati.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor among Week 17 questionables for Steelers

    The Steelers have listed safety Troy Polamalu (knee), cornerback Ike Taylor (shoulder, forearm) and tight end Michael Palmer (groin) were labeled questionable for Sunday's regular season finale against Cincinnati. Tackle/guard Kelvin Beachum (back), tight end Matt Spaeth (elbow) and linebacker Vince Williams (ankle) were ruled probable.

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