AP Sports Writer - CLEVELAND (AP) Tyrod Taylor has no plans to be anything other than Cleveland's starting quarterback - for years.
Acquired last week in a trade with Buffalo, Taylor was introduced on Thursday by the Browns and asked if he minded being a "bridge" quarterback while the team grooms a young QB to be selected in this year's NFL draft.
"I'm a quarterback," said Taylor, who helped the Bills end a long playoff drought last season. "As far as a bridge, hopefully I'm helping bridge this team to a Super Bowl. That's the plan."
Browns coach Hue Jackson said Taylor is the team's starter going forward and there is "no competition" for the job.
Taylor was joined at a news conference by wide receiver Jarvis Landry, a three-time Pro Bowler obtained last week by new Browns general manager John Dorsey.
The Browns officially signed seven free agents, including running back Carlos Hyde.
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