Taylor (biceps) and the Packers have restructured the final year of his his contract, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
It is unclear exactly how the contract was reworked, but it should result in about $3 million more in 2020 cap space for Green Bay. Taylor is now due $1.5 million, including a $100,000 signing bonus. The guard had his season end early in 2019 due to a biceps injury. There has not been much news regarding his progress, but there is no indication he will not be ready for 2020.
Taylor (biceps) will undergo surgery on his left bicep muscle, which rules out any potential return from injured reserve this season, Tom Silverstein of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Taylor was placed on injured reserve Saturday after suffering the bicep injury. It will now be up to rookie Elgton Jenkins to fill in as the starter at left guard for the remainder of the season.
Taylor (biceps) has been placed on IR.
Meanwhile, the team added offensive line depth by signing Adam Pankey off the Titans' practice squad. Elgton Jenkins is slated to take over as the Packers' starting left guard in Taylor's absence.
Taylor (biceps) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup with the Broncos, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Taylor went from full, to limited, to non-participant at practice this week, which indicates he suffered some type of setback. He competed with rookie Elgton Jenkins for the starting left guard job during training camp, so the Packers are presumably comfortable with his replacement.
Coach Matt LaFleur said Taylor will start at left guard for the Packers in the regular-season opener against the Bears, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Taylor was battling Elgton Jenkins for the starting job and managed to hold off the rookie second-round pick. The 29-year-old started 45 games for the Packers over the past three seasons, but he may have a short leash as a starter if he struggles early in the season.
Taylor played 16 snaps in Thursday's preseason opener, according to Matt Schneidman of The Athletic.
The Packers elected to rest nearly all their starters Thursday, so it was notable that Taylor -- a starter for three years -- suited up. The reason, head coach Matt LaFleur said via the Wisconsin State Journal after the game, was that Taylor is competing with rookie Elgton Jenkins for the starting left guard job. Taylor has worked with the starters all throughout camp, but he will need to be sharp the rest of the way to hold off Jenkins, whom the Packers selected in the second round.
Taylor is questionable to return to Sunday's game with a knee injury, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Taylor had his leg rolled on by a teammate during Sunday's game against the Jets. With Taylor temporarily out, Justin McCray is expected to take over left guard duties.
Taylor (foot) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Falcons.
Taylor was limited in practice throughout the week due to his foot injury suffered in Week 13. With Byron Bell (knee) and Bryan Bulaga (knee/illness) also inactive, Green Bay is down three starters on the offensive line. Lucas Patrick or Justin McCray will likely draw the start at left guard in place of Taylor.
Taylor (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Taylor was questionable entering Sunday after being limited in practice throughout the week. He'll draw the start at left guard with Lucas Patrick likely to step in if Taylor aggravates the injury.
Taylor (quadriceps) is questionable for Sunday's game against Arizona, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Taylor suffered the quad injury last Sunday against the Vikings but was able to practice this week as a limited participant. Lucas Patrick is listed as Taylor's backup at left guard on the Packers' depth chart and would presumably fill in should the latter ultimately be ruled out.
Taylor (quadriceps) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings.
The severity of Taylor's injury is to be determined. Look for either Justin McCray or Patrick Lucas to fill in at guard in the interim.
Taylor (ankle) is healthy and participating in training camp Thursday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Taylor sustained an ankle injury in Week 6 last year, undergoing offseason surgery to address the issue. The veteran guard's recovery is great news for a Packers O-line that struggled to stay healthy last season, as well as for quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who's coming off a season-ending injury. Taylor should reclaim the starting job at guard to begin the 2018 season.
Taylor (ankle) is unlikely to participate in OTAs but is expected to return in time for the Packers' training camp, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Taylor underwent offseason surgery to address a nagging ankle issue that wore on him during the 2017 season. Fortunately, it doesn't sound like there's any concern over Taylor's availability for the start of the regular season, which is great news for a Packers team that could be without starting tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) at the start of the campaign.
Taylor (ankle) is active for Monday's game against the Lions.
Taylor hasn't played since injuring his ankle in Week 6. He should now be set to reclaim the starting job at guard from Justin McCray.
Taylor (ankle) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Lions, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Taylor was limited in practice this week following the Packers' bye, and is in danger of missing his second straight game. Justin McCray is the likely starter at left guard should Taylor be unable to play Monday.
Taylor (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Lane was one of three Packers linemen to have played in every game this season. Look for Justin McCray to slide into the starting lineup while Lane is out.
Taylor (knee/ankle) won't return to Sunday's game against the Vikings, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Taylor will have to shift his focus to getting ready for a Week 7 matchup with the Saints. Justin McCray will continue taking snaps at left guard.
Taylor (knee/ankle) left Sunday's game against the Vikings and is questionable to return.
The Packers would like a quick return from Taylor since their starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers (shoulder) is currently out of the game. Justin McCray is set to take snaps at left guard in Taylor's absence.
Taylor signed a three-year, $16.5 million contract extension with the Packers on Monday, ESPN.com reports.
Taylor stepped into the Packers' starting left guard spot for the first time in 2016, and his extension puts him in position to hold down the job through 2020. Taylor suffered a minor knee injury in the NFC championship game, but he played in three preseason games and is healthy heading into Week 1.
Taylor injured his knee during Sunday's NFC championship game against the Falcons and his return is questionable.
The severity of Taylor's knee issue is currently unknown, but he may be able to return following the halftime break.