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Topic - Phil Taylor
Browns rookie defensive tackle Phil Taylor has been fined $7,500 by the NFL for a hit on Miami quarterback Chad Henne on Sunday.
They are rookies, subject to the same ribbing and ridicule Cleveland's veterans give all the newbies.
No. 1 draft pick Phil Taylor made his much-awaited debut at the Cleveland Browns training camp.
The Cleveland Browns got bigger and maybe a lot badder. That's a good thing.
On the phone from New York moments after Cleveland made him its first-round pick, Baylor's Phil Taylor was asked to describe himself.
After making two trades, the Cleveland Browns selected Baylor defensive tackle Phil Taylor with the No. 21 pick in the NFL Draft on Thursday night, a run stopper for their new 4-3 defensive alignment.
After making two trades, the Cleveland Browns plugged a monstrous hole in their new defensive front.
Taylor won’t go so far as say he hated the Steelers, but he came close.
The last time the Browns and Baltirmore Ravens got together in September, Taylor accused Ravens running back Ray Rice of spitting in his face.