|Team:||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'3" / 220 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / UDFA|
Taylor had five receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown and one carry for nine yards over 15 appearances in 2020. He also returned nine kicks for 167 yards.
Analysis: After spending all of the 2019 season on the Packers' practice squad, Taylor earned a roster spot in 2020 and never gave it up. He got a chance to show what he could do when the Packers were down a couple wideouts early in the season, but he saw the bulk of his action on special teams over the course of the campaign. Taylor's experience will help his chances of holding onto a spot on the Packers' roster, but he's likely going to have compete for it in training camp.
Taylor (hamstring) is active for Saturday's game against the Panthers.
Analysis: Taylor was considered questionable due to the hamstring injury, but it won't prevent him from suiting up Saturday. The 24-year-old sat out Week 14 and has played only a handful of offensive snaps over the past month, and he's unlikely to be significantly involved versus Carolina with the rest of the receiving corps healthy.
Taylor (hamstring) is questionable heading into Saturday's matchup against Carolina, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Analysis: Green Bay presents a relatively straightforward injury report heading into a Week 15 home game, with Taylor being the only member of the roster listed as questionable. Taylor's hamstring issue forced him to miss his first game of 2020 last Sunday against the Lions, and his status remains on the fence heading into a matchup against the sliding Panthers. Given Allen Lazard's return to the lineup from an abdomen injury, Taylor's offensive role has been diminished to consist almost exclusively of special-teams work.
Taylor was limited at Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury.
Analysis: After missing last week's game against Detroit and Tuesday's practice with the hamstring injury, Taylor made some progress. The Ferris State product has primarily seen action on speicial teams this season, but he's hauled in five catches for 66 yards and a touchdown on offense. Even if he is healthy enough to play, Taylor was unlikely to have much of an offensive role, especially with Tavon Austin joining the fold last week.
Taylor (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game at Detroit.
Analysis: The 24-year-old received the questionable tag after sitting out Friday's practice and won't be available for Week 14. Even if active, Taylor was unlikely to have much of an offensive role Sunday, especially with Tavon Austin making his team debut.
Taylor (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Taylor's trending in the wrong direction going into the weekend, as he was absent from the injury report to start the week but ended up sidelined for Friday's practice. If he ends up sitting out this week, Tavon Austin could be in line for his Packers debut.
Taylor caught one pass for 14 yards in Sunday's victory over the Eagles.
Analysis: Taylor was on the field for just five snaps Sunday, but that was enough for him to record his first reception since Week 8. He will have a chance to see a bit more action in Week 14 if fourth wideout Equanimeous St. Brown (concussion) is sidelined, but the Packers could instead choose to get Tavon Austin involved, and Green Bay rarely has more than three receivers on the field at the same time anyway.
Taylor wasn't targeted in the passing game and had a nine-yard run in Thursday's 34-17 win over the 49ers.
Analysis: Aaron Rodgers tossed four touchdown passes but didn't look Taylor's way all game. Taylor played 26 offensive snaps in the win.
Taylor had one reception for a career-long 26 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Analysis: While Taylor made some noise for the second week in a row he was on the field for just 13 plays -- the fewest of any of the five Packers receivers that were active Sunday. His roster spot will be on the line whenever Allen Lazard (abdomen) is ready to be activated from injured reserve.
Taylor was targeted twice and tallied two receptions for six yards and a touchdown in Sunday's victory over the Texans.
Analysis: The two receptions were a career high for Taylor and the touchdown was his first as a professional. Despite making some impact in the box score, it should be noted that Taylor was on the field for just 10 plays and finished a distant fourth in snaps among Packers receivers after ending up third in that department in Week 6 and second in the team's previous game in Week 4.
Taylor was targeted once but did not catch a pass in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.
Analysis: Taylor played just over half the available snaps in Week 6 and finished third among Packers wideouts in that category, but the return of Davante Adams cost him some time on the field and he clearly was not much of factor in the offense. Taylor could continue to have a role until Allen Lazard (abdomen) returns, but he will presumably have to fend off Equanimeous St. Brown -- a slightly more-established wideout who made his season debut Sunday -- in order to do so.
Taylor hauled in his lone target and finished with one reception for 20 yards in Monday's victory over the Falcons.
Analysis: With three of his fellow wideouts sidelined by injuries Taylor made his first career start and finished second among Packers receivers in snaps. He played only a bit role in the offense, but he did notch his first career reception on a fourth-down play that extended a Packers scoring drive near the end of the first half. While Taylor spent a lot of time on the field Monday, his snap count figures to take a hit next time the Packers take the field in Week 6, as Davante Adams (hamstring) will likely be ready to return to action.
Taylor was limited to just one snap on offense in Sunday's victory over the Vikings.
Analysis: Taylor was one of only four active receivers for the Packers in Week 1, but he was limited mainly to special teams as the Packers utilized extra tight ends whenever they wanted to get more pass catchers on the field. The three receivers ahead of Taylor on the depth chart all produced Sunday, so expect him to continue serving mainly as insurance should one of them miss time for any reason.
Taylor will open the season as the Packers' No. 4 receiver.
Analysis: It was somewhat of a surprise that Taylor cracked the Packers' 53-man roster, but the team's Week 1 lineup indicates he comfortably made the cut, as he will be in uniform and fellow wideout Equanimeous St. Brown will be a healthy scratch. Taylor does not figure to have a big role, but he could see a few snaps on offense and will likely be busy on special teams.
Taylor is listed as the backup to Allen Lazard on the unofficial depth chart released by Green Bay on Monday night.
Analysis: Taylor looks set to begin the 2020 campaign as Green Bay's fifth wideout, with Equanimeous St. Brown having earned two backup gigs on the initial depth chart. The Ferris State product spent time on the Packers' practice squad last season. With Devin Funchess having opted out, Taylor could now be in fair position to make his NFL debut this year.
Taylor agreed to a contract with the Packers on Tuesday.
Analysis: Taylor went undrafted in the 2019. He subsequently spent some time with the Buccaneers before joining the Packers prior to training camp. He failed to earn a spot on the 53-man roster during final cuts, but subsequently landed on Green Bay's practice squad. He remained there for the rest of the season.
Taylor signed a contract with the Packers, the Packers' official site reports.
Analysis: Taylor spent time with the Buccaneers earlier in the offseason after spending the past four years at Ferris State University. He'll now look to compete for a depth role in Green Bay if he hopes to crack the 53-man roster.
Taylor was waived by the Buccaneers on Monday, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Taylor signed on with the Buccaneers a little over two weeks ago after playing his college ball at Division II Ferris State. The wideout will look to a find a spot on another team heading into training camp.
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