I'm pulling for him. He was terrible with us, but he tried hard. He had some injury issues that put him behind.
Bleacher Report wrote:
The Most Overlooked Additions of the 2018 NFL Offseasonhttp://bleacherreport.com/articles/2783 ... son#slide3
The Browns added a number of quality players this offseason, but they've jettisoned a couple as well. Cornerback Jamar Taylor is one such player, and he could immediately walk into a starting role for the Arizona Cardinals opposite Patrick Peterson.
Taylor was a starter each of the past two seasons in Cleveland, and in most instances, he performed well. Last season, he amassed 62 tackles, 10 passes defended and a forced fumble. Taylor knows how to make plays on the ball, and he isn't afraid to get rough.
"He's physical, and I love the way he tackles," Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks said, per Bob Baum of the Associated Press. "We take a lot of pride in that, of course I do, in making sure our cornerbacks tackle."
Taylor's also inexpensive. He agreed to a pay cut and will carry a cap hit of $1.8 million this season. Considering the Cardinals gave up just a 2020 sixth-round pick to get him, he could prove to be one of the biggest steals—and most underrated additions—of the offseason.