Bills elevate DT Vincent Taylor to the 53-man roster | Transactions

Vincent Taylor. Buffalo Bills Crucial Catch Pizza Party, New Era Field, October1, 2019. Photo by Sara Schmidle
Vincent Taylor. Buffalo Bills Crucial Catch Pizza Party, New Era Field, October1, 2019. Photo by Sara Schmidle

Bills head coach Sean McDermott said this week that they may need to find solutions to some of their deficiencies by relying more on other players on their roster. A step in that direction took place Saturday. 

Buffalo elevated defensive tackle Vincent Taylor from the practice squad to the active roster. 

Taylor, 25, spent the last two seasons with the Miami Dolphins, who made him a sixth-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft.  Taylor played his college football at Oklahoma State and is a native of New Orleans.

Taylor has appeared in 21 career games in his young career, with eight games coming last season with Miami where he had 28 tackles and a pair of sacks before a foot injury in Week 8 landed him on injured reserve. 

The defensive tackle was with the Dolphins this past summer, but did not make the 53-man roster.

In celebration of the team's 60th season, scroll through to view photos of the uniforms the team has worn since beginning play in 1960.

To make room on the roster the Bills released defensive tackle Kyle Peko.

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