The Jaguars signed Taylor on Monday.|||||||
A sixth-round draft pick in 2007, Taylor has spent time with Kansas City, Denver, the New York Giants and Green Bay. The Jaguars need help on their offensive line.
The Green Bay Packers have placed tackle Derek Sherrod on injured reserve and signed tackle Herb Taylor to provide offensive line depth. Sherrod, the team's first-round pick in the 2011 draft, broke his right leg in the Packers' loss at Kansas City on Sunday.|||||||
Taylor, a 6-4, 305-pound third-year player, played in 18 games with one start for the Chiefs from 2007-08. The Chiefs took him in the sixth round of the 2007 draft after he started 48 games at TCU. Taylor was on Denver's active roster briefly at the end of the 2009 season and went to training camp with the Broncos in 2011 and the Giants in 2010.
The Giants have have been awarded Taylor off waivers from Denver.|||||||
Taylor was originally a sixth-round draft choice by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2007. In two seasons with the Chiefs, Taylor played in 18 games with one start. Although he has primarily played left tackle in this career, has also filled in at the guard and tackle spots on the right side. Taylor was waived by Kansas City on Sept. 4 and signed by Denver on Dec. 9. He was on the active roster for one game but did not play.
Taylor signed with the Broncos on Tuesday.|||||||
Taylor will be used to provide depth on the offensive line.