Taylor Price was drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round (90th overall) of the 2010 of the NFL Draft.
- Saw action as a reserve against Kansas City (11/21).
- Inactive due to injury against the Giants (11/6) and Jets (11/13).
- Made his first regular season appearance of 2011 in a reserve role against the Cowboys (10/16).
- Was active vs. Jets (10/9) but did not play.
- Was active for the first time in 2011 at Oakland, but did not play (10/2).
- Was inactive for the first three games of the season against the Dolphins (9/12), Chargers (9/18) and Bills (9/25).
- Made his NFL debut against the Dolphins(1/2), catching three passes from Brian Hoyer for 41 yards.
- was inactive for the first 15 games of the season as well s the Divisional playoff game against the Jets.
- Taylor Price started 38-of-52 games for the Ohio University Bobcats, including 37 at “X” receiver and one at the “Z” position...Caught 149 passes, topping the old school career-record of 144 receptions by Tom Compernolle (1983-86)...His 51 receptions in 2008 rank fourth on Ohio's season-record chart behind Compernolle (61 in 1986), Snyder (62 in 1969) and Eddie Washington (68 in 1983)
- His fourteen catches in the 2008 Wyoming clash set the school game-record, topping the previous mark of 12 that was shared by Todd Snyder (vs. Minnesota, 1969), Bobby Cameron (vs. Kent State, 1986), Oyle Feldman (vs. Central Michigan, 1986) and Chris Jackson (vs. Miami, Ohio in 2004)...Price gained 2,019 receiving yards as a Bobcat, the second-best career total in school annals, surpassed by Todd Snyder (2,241; 1967-69)...His 694 aerial yards in 2008 rank seventh on the school season-record list and his 784 yards in 2009 rank fourth behind Todd Snyder (835 in 1969), Richard Hill (863 in 1991) and Eddie Washington (866 in 1983)...Price's average of 2.87 receptions per game is good for seventh in Bobcats annals
- His 14 touchdown receptions are one shy of the school career-record of fifteen by Todd Snyder (1967 69)...His five scoring grabs in 2008 tied several other Ohio receivers for seventh on the annual record chart...His three touchdown catches vs. Akron in 2008, joined Todd Snyder (vs. Richmond in the 1968 Tangerine Bowl, and again vs. Minnesota in 1969) and Dave Juenger (vs. Toledo in 1972) in sharing the school game-record...Also carried 24 times for 125 yards (5.21 avg), returned ten kickoffs for 179 yards (17.9 avg), gained 26 yards on five punt returns (5.2 avg), completed 3-of-5 passes for 79 yards and two touchdowns and recorded three solo tackles during his time on the OU field
- 2009 (Senior): Started all fourteen games at the at receiver, as he paced the Bobcats with a career-high 56 receptions for 784 yards (14.00 ypc) and five touchdowns...Added 103 yards on 11 carries (9.36 avg) and also recorded a solo tackle...Had 114 passes targeted to him, as the opposition deflected 15 of those tosses...34 of his 56 receptions (60.71%) produced first downs, as he converted 15-of-30 third-down passes and 2-of-3 fourth-down throws...26 of his grabs gained at least 10 yards, including 11 for 20 yards or longer...Came up with crucial catches that led to 10 Bobcats touchdowns and on six other possessions that ended with field goals...Had six dropped balls on the 114 passes into his area
- 2008 (Junior): Started 11 of 12 contests at the receiver position, coming off the bench vs. Kent State when the Bobcats opened that game with an extra tailback...Led the team with a career-high 51 receptions, which rank fourth on the school season record list...Those catches produced 694 yards (13.61 ypc), the sixth-best season total in OU annals...His five touchdown grabs tied for seventh on the Bobcats season-record chart...Rushed five times for 19 yards (3.8 avg), returned two kickoffs for 22 yards (11.0 avg) and also attempted one pass...Generated 735 all-purpose yards, an average of 61.25 yards per game...Had 78 passes targeted to him, with seven being deflected by the opposition, dropping just three of those attempts...36 of his 51 receptions produced first downs, as he converted 18-of-31 third-down tosses and one more on fourth down...Gained at least 10 yards on 25 of those snatches, including 13 that were for 20 yards or longer...Credited with key receptions that led to thirteen touchdown drives and one two other possessions that ended with field goals...Also set up two other touchdowns among his five rushing attempts
- 2007 (Sophomore): Price took over receiver duties, ranking second on the team with 33 receptions for 464 yards (14.06 ypc) and four touchdowns in 12 games...Carried the ball six times for 23 yards (3.83 avg) and completed both pass attempts for 50 yards and a score...Recorded one solo tackle and gained 134 yards on seven kickoff returns (19.1 avg), amassing 621 all-purpose yards, an average of 51.75 yards per game
- 2006 (Freshman): Played in 14 games as a true freshman...Was listed behind Chido Nwokocha and Justin Riley at the split end position, earning his first career start in the Bowling Green clash...Finished with nine receptions for 77 yards (8.56 ypc)
- Health Services Administration major...Son of Kim Price…Born 10/08/87...Resides in Hilliard, Ohio
- Attended Darby (Hilliard, Oh.) High School, lettering three times in football and once in baseball...Received All-Ohio Capital Central League second-team honors as a junior and was an All-District I honorable mention as a senior
- Competed on both sides of the ball, catching 30 passes for 400 yards while collecting 52 tackles with two interceptions...As a junior, he also excelled on special teams, blocking five kicks that season.