Taylor appreciative of NFL opportunity

In the 2010 season finale, ASU was playing at then #23 University of Arizona. QB Brock Osweiler throws a 19-yard pass to wide receiver Kerry Taylor, a play that would set up the winning touchdown in a 30-29 double overtime upset. Most Sun Devil fans will never forget that game, nor will Taylor, but what happened to wide receiver after the lights went out on that December night in Tucson?
September 20, 2013

Branch, Koppen Among Patriots Cuts

Teams pared their rosters to 53 on Friday night. Among the 22 players New England listed were a pair of big name veterans; Deion Branch and Dan Koppen.
September 1, 2012

Vikings receiver ‘taking this game personal'

The star receivers won't get much playing time, which works out well for backup Kerry Taylor, who is motivated against the San Francisco 49ers.
August 10, 2012

Taylor reflective as ASU career nears an end

As the 2010 season reaches its conclusion, the maroon and gold will bid farewell to one of their most consistent wide receivers, Kerry Taylor. The Arizona native arrived at Arizona State in 2007 and on Friday will make his final appearance at Sun Devil Stadium, trying to end his career on a high note.
November 23, 2010

Taylor on a roll

The senior class on this year's Sun Devils quad is only 11 players strong, but some of those in the last season in Tempe are already making their impact in 2010. One of those players nearing the end of ASU tenure is Kerry Taylor and judging by his play thus far it appears that he has been saving his best for last.
September 22, 2010

Taylor striving to go out on a high note

Playing for the hometown school can be a rewarding experience, but thus far Chandler Hamilton's Kerry Taylor will be the first to admit that his Sun Devil tenure has fallen below his expectations. The senior who struggled last season is looking to reverse his fortunes hoping that his best was indeed saved for last.
August 10, 2010

Taylor thriving in new offensive scheme

Wide receiver, Kerry Taylor, an Arizona native is about to begin his last season as a Sun Devil. As a week of spring practice has already passed, the senior showcased his talent during Saturday's scrimmage, with three catches for 64 yards, and has been of the bright spots during ASU's spring sessions. Overall, he's on track to make his last year in Tempe a memorable one.
April 6, 2010