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Andy Reid says Chiefs 'can fix' Jawaan Taylor's penalty woes - ESPN

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor has been known since entering the NFL for his kick-step, a maneuver that can at least make it appear he's releasing from his pre-snap stance early.

But he's never had a game like he had on Sunday, when Taylor was penalized five times against his former team, the Jacksonville Jaguars. As a result, Chiefs coach Andy Reid suggested Taylor will have to change his methods.

«He's naturally quick without having to cheat on that thing or get caught on it and he's strong so he doesn't need to do that,'' Reid said. „He's a smart kid. We can fix it. He's been doing this for a number of years, and he works extremely hard at it, but once you've had three of them in a row or so and they don't get called and you have a… new crew coming in, they're going to have an eye on you and so you've got to back up. He's got to back up and start over on this and just slow it down.“

Taylor is the NFL's most penalized player since entering the league in 2019. He has 49 penalties in that time, according to TruMedia, six more than the second-most penalized player, Donovan Smith, who is the Chiefs' other starting tackle.

But Taylor was never penalized more than three times in a game in his four seasons with the Jaguars and that was just one time, as a rookie in 2019. He was penalized once in the Chiefs' first game of the season against the Detroit Lions.

But against the Jaguars Taylor had two penalties for false starts, one for illegal procedure for lining up in the backfield and twice for holding when he was apparently trying to adjust to the previous calls.

Five penalties is the most for any Chiefs player in one game in at least 20 years. The Jaguars accepted all five penalties, the