The Los Angeles Chargers have signed a backup quarterback to a two-year deal in Tyrod Taylor as first reported by Ian Rapoport.
Source: The #Chargers agreed to terms with QB Tyrod Taylor on a 2-year deal.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 13, 2019
Taylor will presumably back up Philip Rivers and could be there when Rivers finally hangs up the cleats. He has thrown for 9,529 yards, 53 touchdowns and 20 interceptions on 61.6% completion in his eight-career year. In 2015, he made the Pro Bowl as a member of the Buffalo Bills.
Last year, Taylor started the season as the Browns starter, but got injured and was replaced by Baker Mayfield.