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Tyrod Di'allo Taylor (born August 3, 1989) is an American football quarterback for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League (NFL). He was the starting quarterback for the Virginia Tech Hokies football team from the start of the 2008 college football season through the 2011 Orange Bowl, the final game of the 2010 college football season for Virginia Tech.
Rex: Tyrod Taylor 'tailor-made' to helps Jags' turnover woes. The Get Up! crew breaks down Jacksonville's QB woes, with Rex Ryan explaining why Tyrod Taylor would be a good fit for Jacksonville at ...
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11/26 For the second time this season, the Jaguars have demoted Blake Bortles.The reeling team will turn to Cody Kessler in Week 13. Doug Marrone announced the change Monday. The Jags demoted Bortles during See More at ProFootballRumors.com
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The Virginia Tech Hokies football team represents Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the sport of American football.The Hokies compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference.They previously competed in the Big East.Their home games are played at Lane Stadium ...
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BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech is seeking more production out of its rushing offense this season. The Hokies averaged 173.38 yards per game, a number in the middle of the pack nationally, but their ...
(Honorable Mention: Roscoe Coles, Will Furrer, Josh Morgan, Ronyell Whitaker, Maurice Williams) #3 – Bryan Randall. Bryan Randall was a strong-willed, tough QB who led Virginia Tech to an ACC Championship in its first year in the league (2004).