Taylor Moton

Western Michigan Broncos #72 - Offensive Linesman

  • Born: 08/18/94
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 328
  • Seasons: SR

Eagles Rookie Profile: 6 things to know about Luke Juriga


Get to know one of Philadelphia’s UDFA signings.

Why 2016 was the best season in MAC football history


From a Cotton Bowl appearance to a miraculous turnaround to a controversial game-winner, the 2016 MAC football season leaves an insurmountable legacy.

Twelve MAC prospects to watch during the 2020 NFL Draft


Two NFL Combine invites headline the list of potential draft picks from the Mid-American Conference.

What to do if the offensive linemen invade the top-10

The NFL Scouting Combine was buzzing with offensive line news on Friday, particularly in regards to Louisville’s Mekhi Becton and Iowa’s Trsitan Wirfs. Already believed to be going in the top half...

Active NFL players from the state of Michigan and where they went to college

Eric Fisher and Joe Staley, two Chippewas, are our state’s ties to Super Bowl 54.

College Football is coming ... Five prospects to keep an eye on for the Giants


It’s always draft season. Who should Giants fans keep an eye on at the start of the CFB season?

2018 Week 12 MAC Preview: Western Michigan Broncos @ Ball State Cardinals


Broncos must avoid complete late-season collapse in Muncie.

Cowboys vs. Panthers: Carolina has a variety of weapons to throw at Dallas


Let’s look at the Panthers’ offensive personnel.

Top 25 MAC Players of 2018: #11 Jamauri Bogan, RB, Western Michigan


With Jarvion Franklin NFL bound, it’s Bogan’s backfield in Kalamazoo.

The Top 25 MAC Football Players of 2018: #12 John Keenoy, C, Western Michigan


One of the premier blockers in the MAC is poised for a strong senior season with the Broncos.

2018 Opponent Q&A: Western Michigan

Follow along as we preview the game — and season with Western Michigan Bronco writer, Spencer Roberts.

Who would be the least exciting selection in the first round for the Carolina Panthers?


Our staff weigh in on which first round prospect would make them shrug their shoulders the most if drafted.