GM Brandon Beane says Bills are ‘still in the process’ of finding a franchise QB

After a one-and-done playoff appearance, the Bills seem to be looking for other answers at quarterback. The Bills snapped a 17-year playoff drought with Tyrod Taylor at the helm, but a poor performance against the Jaguars (as an offensive unit, to be fair to Taylor) sent the Bills home in the wild-card round. Taylor’s contract gives the Bills an out this year; releasing him will clear about $9.4 million in cap space.

So, in spite of a decent statistical season, the Bills seem to be ready to take that out. General manager Brandon Beane, speaking on WGR 550, hardly gave Taylor a vote of confidence, saying that the Bills are “still in the process” of finding a franchise quarterback .

“It’s a quarterback league, and until you know you have the guy that you’re definitely going to build this team around and the offense around, you’re constantly searching,” Beane told Howard Simon and Jeremy White on Wednesday. “The teams that make the runs in the playoffs consistently have a franchise guy that they lean on year in and year out. We’re still in the process of getting that accomplished.”

Beane also spoke on his prior search with the Panthers, which ultimately netted them Cam Newton.

“I think every time you go through something

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