Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens spoke about former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Taywan Taylor on Wednesday.
Former Tennessee Titans wide receiver Taywan Taylor was the subject of conversation on Wednesday, as Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens was asked about his new receiver.
Taylor was traded to the Browns on roster cut day, with Cleveland sending a 2020 seventh-round pick to Tennessee. Taylor was a former third-round pick of the Titans back in 2017.
Kitchens talked about Taylor’s transition to the Browns thus far, according to Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean.
"“He can run, can’t he? He’s come in and kind of immersed himself in the offense. Still learning.”"
Speed is certainly an asset Taylor possesses and he could be a good deep threat for the Browns, however he has to consistently catch the passes thrown his way, which has been an issue for the Western Kentucky product in two seasons.
On Monday, we posted a story about how Taylor said he was talking to the Browns’ defensive coaches about the Titans offense, and possibly spilling the beans on his former team.
Well, Kitchens had this to say about Taylor potentially giving secrets away.
"“I wouldn’t tell you even if he had.”"
You have to figure the Browns are getting at least some information from Taylor, although as our own Will Lomas pointed out in the aforementioned article, Titans fans shouldn’t be concerned.
"The reason why you shouldn’t be afraid either is because, Taylor doesn’t really know that much to tell anyway.He is a really nice guy and I wish him the best of luck, but part of his problem was that he was so inconsistent and never seemed to be in the right place.Last year it is what led to a reduced role in the offense despite nearly all of the Titans receiving options but Taylor being hurt."
It looks like the Titans want Brown saying as much as possible, because it might be all the wrong information anyway.