Taylor Mays

Cincinnati Bengals #20 - Safety

  • Born: 02/07/88
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 236
  • Seasons: 2010

So, we opened a box of USC trading cards


And this set is pretty cool

Would the “next Taysom Hill” be worth a 3rd round pick?


Rookie Lynn Bowden has been called the closest thing to that, but is "that" actually important?

5 hybrid defensive players not named Isaiah Simmons who could interest the Giants


The days of thinking about traditional football positions have elapsed. Football has become much more fluid, especially on the defensive side, and deploying personnel is an imperative aspect of...

Bengals News (4/3): Taylor Mays gets a workout in Seattle


Taylor Mays hasn’t played a down of football in quite awhile, but that didn’t stop

Houston Texans News: April 3, 2019

Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Wednesday, April 3, 2019.

Report: Jamar Taylor visiting the Seahawks


The Seattle Seahawks have a hole in their secondary, created by Justin Coleman’s departure to Detroit. The Lions made Coleman the highest paid slot corner in the league at the start of free agency,...

Draft on tape: Is Juan Thornhill the right safety for the Seahawks?

In a past Draft on Tape on a different safety, I wrote that “there are only two prospects whose tape shows sideline to sideline potential in the pros.” I was wrong. After Virginia safety Juan...

NFL Combine 2019: 5 testing stars to watch for Seahawks’ draft


The NFL Combine showcases players. It raises and lowers draft stock, suddenly turning lesser known prospects into the nationwide talking point. There’s a fair argument to be made that the best...

Bengals Mailbag: Marvin Lewis’ conservatism, 2019 draft needs and Auden Tate’s release

Is Marvin Lewis to blame for yet another loss against the Steelers and much of the issues that transpired on Sunday? Should Auden Tate start to be activated and get playing time?

Should the Bengals consider safety Brandon Bryant in the NFL Supplemental Draft?


Could the Bengals use a safety who runs a sub 4.3 and deadlifts 600 lbs?

2018 NFL Draft: Dane Cruikshank Scouting Report


What are the Titans getting in the former Arizona Wildcats safety? Player name: Dane Cruikshank H/W: 6’1 209 School / Class: Arizona / RS Senior Position: DB Measureables: 4.41 40, 38.5” vertical...