Whenever Tyrod Taylor is back home on the peninsula, he wants to always make an impact. Despite the rainy conditions, the Buffalo Bills quarterback still held his annual football camp that is now in its 6th year. Today it started outdoors at Darling Stadium in Hampton, but was then switched indoors to Heritage High School in Newport News. With help, he was still able to teach the nearly 300 children in attendance about football and life. Taylor, the former Hampton Crabber, took over the starting job with the Bills who just missed out on the playoffs on the final day of the season. They have high hopes with Taylor listed as the starter for this upcoming year.