Chris Taylor

#36RB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 224
Born:
College: Indiana
Birth Place: Memphis, Tennessee
Draft: Undrafted
  • Coby Fleener more comfortable, hopes for better in Year 2 with Saints
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    Coby Fleener more comfortable, hopes for better in Year 2 with Saints

    Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-Picayune Previously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ers Iowa native and University of Iowa graduate Follow on Twitter METAIRIE, La. -- Expectations for Coby Fleener proved to be way too high last season. Ideally for Fleener and the New Orleans Saints, though, they’ve become too low now as the 28-year-old hopes to take advantage of that Year 2 bump in a new offensive system. “I think just opening the playbook for the first time this year and being familiar with those terms [is the biggest difference]. I’m not learning a whole new language this year, I’m not learning from Square 1,” Fleener said during

  • Six NFL franchises that peaked and are heading downhill
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    Six NFL franchises that peaked and are heading downhill

    Could the Packers' best football be behind them? Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports To quote Bill Murray from Groundhog Day – “It’s gonna be cold, it’s gonna be grey, and it’s gonna last the rest of your life.” The shelf life for contention in the NFL is about as small as any professional sports league. For teams that rely on running backs to succeed, said window is even smaller. Though, the following six teams have more than just one or two positions to worry about in looking to continuing to remain in contention. For the New Orleans Saints, it’s all about an inability to build even an average defense that has failed veteran quarterback Drew Brees at every turn. In Seattle, a combination of the

  • Fantasy Football Takeaways From The First Week Of NFL OTAs
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    Fantasy Football Takeaways From The First Week Of NFL OTAs

    We’re months away from draft season, but it’s never too early to start looking for fantasy football sleepers and breakout candidates. Whether it’s rookies to watch, running back committees emerging or 2016 studs looking to establish themselves as legitimate stars, there’s plenty to keep an eye on. 1. Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi’s Stock On The Rise No, unlike Chuck McGill we didn’t go crazy and get our numbers mixed up. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase recently suggested Jay Ajayi could get as many as 350 rushing attempts next season. 3. 5. 0. After seeing how good he was last season, it makes sense for Miami to want to get the ball in his hands more. According to ProFootballFocus, Ajayi was the third