Browns defensive tackle Phil Taylor could be returning to the field soon after he returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since tearing is pectoral muscle back in May, per Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
“It’s tough sitting there and watching when you know you want to be out there making a difference,” said Taylor, via Reed. “I’m going to get back out there and do what I can do to help the team and get the job done.”
The Browns defense could really use Taylor’s 6’3 335-pound frame to clog up the middle for opposing running backs. Taylor won’t play in this week’s game against the Chargers as he will be getting himself back into game shape. The second-year nose tackle is coming off a rookie season in which had 59 tackles and four sacks.