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Report: Former Broncos receiver Jordan Taylor to visit the Seahawks

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Former Denver Broncos wide receiver Jordan Taylor is set to visit the Seahawks on Wednesday this week, according to Houston Chronicle reporter Aaron Wilson.

Taylor, an undrafted free agent in 2015 from Rice University, was a restricted free agent going into the offseason, but the Broncos chose not to offer him an original round tender that would have paid him over $2 million this season. If Seattle were to pick him up, he would pass Jaron Brown as the tallest wide receiver on the Seahawks roster at 6-foot-5.

After undergoing surgery on both hips, he failed to see the field in 2018 and has started just two games over the past four years with the Broncos. Taylor has played in 26 career games, catching 29 passes for 351 yards and two touchdowns. In 2017, he also returned 11 punts for 103 yards.

According to Wilson, Taylor will visit the Minnesota Vikings on Monday before visiting the Seahawks on Wednesday.