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Taylor Treats NFL Debut Like Child's Play

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After a slow adjustment to the speed and skill of full-pads practices, Lane Taylor is "getting better and better," offensive line coach James Campen said on Wednesday. His development is key, both for the team and his growing family.

Lane Taylor became a father and made his move for a roster spot. Not a bad 29 hours for the rookie guard. "My wife's water broke Wednesday night after we got let out of here after walkthroughs, and so I rushed home, we rushed to the hospital and then we were there for another 22 hours," Taylor said earlier this week. "And then she finally had the baby at 5:18 on Thursday (evening). I slept there...

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