The Chargers were looking for a backup option for Phillip Rivers and they went out and got former Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Many people expected the Dolphins to be the front-runner for Taylor, but the Chargers surprised everyone by signing Taylor. The Chargers got Taylor for a two-year deal, with no set amount on how much it is worth.
Last season, Taylor appeared in only four games, passing for 473 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions. Taylor will now be the Chargers backup and will bring a great option for the Chargers if Rivers goes down at some point.