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Browns Injury Report: DL Phil Taylor Ruled Out, CB Joe Haden On Bike Wednesday

The Cleveland Browns will host the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium and they will do so without having the services of one of their starters on the defensive line. It was announced Wednesday that defensive end Phil Taylor (knee) will miss several weeks after having an arthroscopic procedure on his knee. Taylor is officially listed […] Browns Injury Report: DL...
Via Steelers Depot
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns starting defensive lineman Phil Taylor has knee surgery

Browns starting left defensive end Phil Taylor underwent arthroscopic surgery Wednesday morning on his right knee. "Surgery was a success!" Taylor posted on Instagram Wednesday afternoon. "Thanks for all the prayers! #RoadToRecocery." He's expected to miss a few games, including when the Browns (2-2) host the Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) on Sunday. Taylor...
Via Pro Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns' Taylor out with surgery

BEREA, Ohio -- The Browns announced that starting defensive end Phil Taylor had surgery and will be "re-evaluated in a few weeks." Taylor injured his knee in the first half of the Browns win over the Titans last Sunday. The Browns announced that team physician James Voos performed the surgery at University Hospital on Wednesday morning. Taylor has seven tackles on the season...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Taylor undergoes minor surgery, expected to miss time

Cleveland Browns defensive tackle and amateur film maker Phil Taylor will miss what looks to be at least the next several weeks after undergoing surgery to repair an injured right knee.’s Mary Kay Cabot reports that the procedure was a “minor scope.” #Browns Phil Taylor underwent a minor scope on his knee today, a source tells — Mary...
Via Waiting For Next Year
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Is the Cleveland Browns Defensive Line a Bigger Problem Than We Think?

After yet another ending capable of placing fans in the cardiac unit of a local hospital, the Cleveland Browns are heading into their Week 6 matchup with a 2-2 record. Behind one of the largest comebacks in NFL history, the Browns were able to survive what seemed like an insurmountable lead on the road in Nashville. Rubin and company aren’t producing, and it could derail the Cleveland...
Via Buckeye State Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Critical Analysis of the Browns’ Post-Victory Locker Room Dance Party

Phil Taylor has caught a lot of flack this season for his play this year. He has abandoned gaps, missed assignments, and slanted here when he should have stunted there. He left the Browns’ comeback victory over the Titans with an injury, and the Browns defense seemed to improve in his absence. The refrain on sports radio Sunday evening was very “Taylor got hurt and the defense...
Via Waiting For Next Year
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Team Needs – DT: Depth for Phil Taylor

Like most of Cleveland’s front-seven, the defensive tackle position is in fairly good hands. Phil Taylor, a first round selection entering his fourth season, is the man whom Browns fans will be trusting to dictate the center of the line of scrimmage, and by all accounts he is the right man for the job. When Taylor put up four sacks and 59 total tackles during his rookie season...
Via cover32 - Browns
March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Phil Taylor tweets frustration with referees in Browns-Cowboys game

It didn’t take long: The first notable Cleveland Brown has already come out on Twitter with his complaint about the referees from today’s 23-20 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys: How much they paying these refs man! — Phil Taylor (@PhilTaylor98) November 18, 2012 Defensive tackle Phil Taylor, who was able to play with Ahytba Rubin for the first time all season in the game...
Via Waiting For Next Year
November 18, 2012  |  1 Comment

Browns’ Phil Taylor won’t rush back this season

Getty Images Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor plans on listening to linebacker D’Qwell Jackson and not rush coming back this season after tearing his left pectoral muscle this offseason. “I’m itching to get back, but I’m not going to rush it,” Taylor said. Taylor believes that the guys behind him will do fine. “We won’t miss a beat,” Taylor said. “...
Via Pro Football Zone
July 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Phil Taylor was bench-pressing “300-something” pounds when he got hurt

Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland caught up with Phil Taylor yesterday at the NFL Play 60 youth clinic being held at the Cleveland Browns training facility. The headline is that Taylor hopes to play in 2012, but won’t rush his return to the field. What stuck out to me, though, was Taylor’s detail about how he hurt himself. Taylor said he was bench-pressing “300-something” pounds...
Via Waiting For Next Year
June 27, 2012  |  Discuss
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