General Manager Doug Whaley and Buffalo Bills still have a whole season before they have to make a decision about Tyrod Taylor's future with the team.
They seem poised to use as much of that time as they need.
According to Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, the front office continued its noncommittal stance Monday on whether they plan on signing Taylor to a long-term deal:
As noted by Pro Football Talk, this has been Whaley's position since the beginning of the year.#Bills GM Doug Whaley says "there's some work to be done" in talks for contract extension for Tyrod Taylor.— Vic Carucci (@viccarucci) March 21, 2016
And while fans may want to see the team lock the 26-year-old de facto Pro Bowler up on a multi-year contract, it's understandable that management is playing the wait-and-see game — particularly on a signal-caller that ran the ball more than 100 times last season.