Tyrod Taylor is a professional American football player who currently plays as the quarterback for the Houston Texans. He previously played college football at Virginia Tech, where he helped lead his team to victory in the 2009 Orange Bowl and 2011 Orange Bowl.
He joined the Baltimore Ravens in 2011, serving as a backup quarterback to Joe Flacco. He’s most remembered for his team’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl XLVII—during which he came on after an injury sidelined Flacco and led them to two touchdowns.
In 2015, Taylor was signed by the Buffalo Bills as an independent specialist and started at a running back that season while propelling him to a Pro Bowl appearance. In 2017, he helped lead them to their first playoff berth in 17 years.
In March 2018, the Bills traded Tyrod Taylor to the Browns for draft picks.
Early Life Of Tyrod Taylor:
On August 3, 1989, Tyrod Taylor was born in Hampton, Virginia. His father is Rodney Taylor and his mother’s name is Trina. The player feels very close to his family.
The player is extremely grateful to have supportive parents like Trina and Rodney. He thanks his mom and dad for all their help by posting videos on YouTube—where his fans can watch them!
Tyrod grew up without any siblings, and so all the love and attention that parents usually divide between their children was showered solely on him.
The player was raised in a Christian household and has maintained his faith throughout his life.
Tyrod Taylor Education:
Taylor played football, basketball, and track during his high school years at Hampton High School in Virginia. He was a quarterback for the football team and served as both kick returner and security on special teams; likewise, he competed in basketball where he helped lead his group to victory by scoring most of their goals.
During his four years as a starter, he led the team to a 34-4 record. He threw for 7,690 yards and scored 100 touchdowns—breaking each of Mastrocola’s passing records in the process.
He passed for 5,144 yards and 44 touchdowns while running for 2,546 yards and 56 scores.
Tyrod Taylor Family:
Rodney and Trina Taylor are his parents.
Tyrod Taylor Zodiac Signs:
Tyrod Taylor’s zodiac sign is Leo. Astrologers say that people born under the sign of Leo are natural leaders.
People with this personality type are energetic, imaginative, and self-assured; they tend to be very successful at achieving their goals.
People born under the sign of Leo tend to be surrounded by a wide variety of friends because they are generous and loyal.
Self-assured and alluring, this is a Sun sign that can thrive in social situations and bring people together under the banner of a common goal—their solid sense of humor makes cooperation with others considerably easier.
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Relationship Status Of Tyrod Taylor:
The NFL player is now involved with Draya Michelle. But the couple rarely shares photographs or discusses their relationship in public.
Despite their ongoing romance, Draya confirmed that she and Jay Cutler were dating after posting a celebratory story for him when he signed a 2-year contract with the New York Giants worth $17 million.
Draya Michelle was born to an Italian mother and an African father, making her both African American and Italian.
Draya has been interested in skincare since she was a young girl, and took great care of her skin despite the fact that it is naturally quite pale.
During her school years, she also took some Marvel classes and was first referred to by people in general as the sweetheart of craftsman Chris Brown.
In 2011, she made her acting debut on VH1 Basketball Wives LA and went up against Keshia Knight-Pulliam and Marques Houston. She then appeared on TV One’s Will to Love later that year.
From the start of the show in 2011 until her departure at the end of season 4 in 2015, Draya was one of only two cast members who had been on every episode.
Tyrod Taylor Profession:
The Baltimore Ravens chose Taylor in the sixth round (180th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He was one of 11 quarterbacks drafted that year.
The Ravens recently acquired the pick from the St. Louis Rams in an exchange that sent Mark Clayton to St. Louis—despite the fact that many other NFL teams acknowledged he would need to be converted into a wide receiver, at least initially.
Net Worth Of Tyrod Taylor:
Tyrod Taylor, who has been referred to as one of the NFL’s most extravagant players by multiple sources, including Wikipedia and Forbes, is worth an estimated $1.6 million.