TAYLOR AT A GLANCE:
- A third-year wide receiver who appeared in 26 games (2 starts) with Denver from 2016-17 after spending his rookie season in 2015 season competing on the club’s practice squad.
- Finished the 2017 season with 13 catches for 142 yards (10.9 avg.) and returned 11 punts for 103 yards (9.4 avg.).
- Caught 16 passes for 209 yards (13.1 avg.) with two touchdowns during his first season of action in 2016.
- Started 37-of-42 games at wide receiver for Rice University and amassed 175 receptions for 2,585 yards (14.8 avg.) with 20 touchdowns after converting from quarterback to wide receiver during his redshirt freshman season.
- Entered the NFL with Denver as a college free agent on May 2, 2015.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Denver as a college free agent 5/2/15; Waived by Denver 9/5/15; Signed by Denver (practice squad) 9/7/15; Signed by Denver to a future contract 2/10/16.
DraftKings presents 'Ask a Bronco': Jordan Taylor
Wide receiver Jordan Taylor answers your questions about playing quarterback in high school and reveals his favorite thing about Houston, Texas.
Mason's Mailbag: Nov. 17
Andrew Mason answers questions about Jordan Taylor and Red Miller's legacy with the Broncos.
Paxton Lynch finds Jordan Taylor for second TD
Paxton Lynch finds wide receiver Jordan Taylor for a 3-yard TD, which marked the second time on the night that the two connected for a score.
Paxton Lynch finds Jordan Taylor for 32-yard gain
Paxton Lynch finds wide receiver Jordan Taylor for a 32-yard gain to move the Broncos into the red zone.
Paxton Lynch finds Jordan Taylor for 57-yard TD
Paxton Lynch finds Jordan Taylor, who breaks free of a defender for an electric 57-yard touchdown.
EXCLUSIVE: Jordan Taylor's one-handed catch
Watch exclusive video of Jordan Taylor's one-handed catch from Day 2 of Broncos training camp.
WR Jordan Taylor ready to show improvements
Broncos TV's Phil Milani talks 1-on-1 with WR Jordan Taylor about the improvements he's made this offseason and his expectations to try and earn a spot on this year's team.
Jordan Taylor thrilled to return to practice after nearly 10 months recovering from hip surgery
Next-Day Notebook: WR Jordan Taylor, S Su'a Cravens to return to practice
Mason's Mailbag: Phillip Lindsay staking claim to roster spot
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Broncos OTA Day 1 observations
Five Broncos miss Denver's opening OTA practice
Mason's Mailbag: Quality over quantity in this year's undrafted crop
Mason's Mailbag: Stacking up positions after the draft
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Broncos have a bevy of options on Day 2 of the draft
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Mason's Mailbag: Don't forget about Justin Simmons
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How he fits: Marquette King
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Why it happened: Chiefs 27, Broncos 24
Broncos Injury Report: Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer, Zach Kerr ruled out vs. Chiefs
Broncos Injury Report: Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer still sidelined
Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017
Why it happened: Redskins 27, Broncos 11
'Aptitude for Destruction' art to benefit Denver Broncos Charities
Photos from Gabe Richesson's art exhibit of Broncos players. A canvas print of each is being silent auctioned to the public for the benefit of Denver Broncos Charities: http://www.blackbookgallery.com/artists/gabe-richesson/
Every Broncos touchdown from 2016
A photographic look at every single touchdown the Broncos have scored in the 2016 season.
Flipbook: Sunshine finds daylight in the end zone
Relive Jordan Taylor's toe-tapping touchdown catch from a scrambling Trevor Siemian through the the camera of team photographer Gabriel Christus.