Taylor has been elevated to the Browns' active roster ahead of their matchup with the Chiefs on Sunday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Taylor's addition to the roster is likely due to starting right tackle Jack Conklin (hamstring) being listed as questionable. Taylor will now be available to fill in on the offensive line should he ultimately be called upon.
The Browns signed Taylor (undisclosed) to the practice squad Monday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
An undrafted rookie out of South Carolina State, Taylor signed with the Browns back in April but was waived from the IR in September. He's healthy again, though, and he'll work on the Browns' scout team moving forward while he continues to hone his skills.
The Browns waived Taylor (undisclosed) off IR with an injury settlement Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The specifics surrounding the injury remain unclear, however, Taylor is now free to sign with any team once healthy.
Taylor (undisclosed) reverted back to Cleveland's injured reserve list Sunday, according to the league's official transactions report.
Taylor won't count against the Browns' active roster as long as he remains on IR.