Benched Bills QB Tyrod Taylor ‘disappointed’ rookie Nathan Peterman named starter

Rookie fifth-round draft pick Nathan Peterman will start at quarterback this Sunday against the Chargers, Bills coach Sean McDermott announced Wednesday morning.

Taylor, 29, completed just 9 of 18 passes for only 56 yards with an interception, his worst statistical performance since joining the Bills, before being replaced by Peterman.

A team captain, Taylor told reporters Wednesday (via said he is “obviously disappointed” by the decision but has “move forward.”

“I don’t agree with the decision, but ultimately Coach McDermott has a vision for this team, what he feels is best for the team, as well as the owners and GM,” Taylor said. “So I have to move forward and continue to be the leader and teammate that I am from a different role.”

According to a report from ESPN, Jones told Goodell on a conference call, “I’m gonna come after you with everything I have.”

Jones used off-color language as he continued his threat.

“If you think Bob Kraft came after you hard, Bob Kraft is a p—y compared to what I’m going to do,” Jones said in reference to the Deflategate controversy and how the Patriots owner responded to the four-game suspension of Tom Brady.

As tensions between Goodell and Jones escalate, Jones has reportedly tried to impede Goodell’s contract extension while also threatening to sue the NFL.