RB Fred Taylor visited with the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y., today. The Bills make their free agents available to media members, and Taylor told reporters that he was headed to New England later this afternoon.
Bills reporters passed on some comments from Taylor today, as Taylor talked about how he is used to sharing the load in the backfield, has respect for Bills coach Dick Jauron, hopes to play another 2-3 years, and covets a Super Bowl ring.
"I do have to go to New England later this afternoon, but after I visit with those places, visit with the staff, I just want to put everything on the table, get back with my agent (Drew) Rosenhaus and just see. At my age, it has to be a fit. It has to be that right fit from an offensive standpoint, as far as the staff, just everything. At the end of these visits, or wherever I have to go from here, I’ll just put every team on the plate and say this place, these are the pros and cons, and this place, these are the pros and cons."
The Bills also hosted former Patriots WR Kelley Washington on a visit today.