RB Corey Taylor
His performance against the Jaguars didn’t help, while the Browns as a whole had a rough time running the ball due to the second-team offensive line doing a bulk of the work, Taylor didn’t do anything with his opportunities.
His longest rush was just four yards, he made no impact as a receiver in the passing game and if he was in to block at any point, he was so forgettable and uninspiring that we’re not even sure he had the opportunity to do so.
With Chubb, Hunt, Johnson, and RB/WR combo Demetric Felton already ahead of him on the depth chart, and the emergence of flex player Johnny Stanton, keeping Taylor around just doesn’t make a lot of sense. There are other guys who can do the same thing better than him, and there are other guys who can do more things than him.
He may not be a bad player but he hasn’t done anything to prove he’s worth someone else’s job.