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    Jason Taylor says that when all's said and done he'd rather be remembered for acting than playing football.

    "Taylor says he's met Dolphins VP of football operations Bill Parcells "for 30 seconds," but doesn't know him. "It’s strange that in our business, that in your mid-30s, you start thinking about retiring," Taylor added. It's beginning to sound like Taylor is serious about not playing for the Dolphins this year."

    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/blogs/c...e_the_dolphins

    50-50 he retires? Maybe he retires before Strahan
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  • #2
    Its too bad the Jags didn't go get him. He has a way better chance of getting a ring (and staying another year) in Jax

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    • #3
      The Dolphins made it clear before the draft that they didn't want him there. It's their fault he's contemplating retirement now.


      R.I.P. Sean Taylor 1983-2007
      HAIL TO THE REDSKINS!

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      • #4
        Go to Dallas with his Bro in Law.
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        • #5
          If he does not have the drive to play he is not worth the money.
          "I'm looking forward to a 15-year career, a couple of trips to the Super Bowl and a parade through downtown San Diego.''
          -Ryan Leaf after 1998 NFL Draft

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          • #6
            He does have the drive to play. He still loves football, but he also isn't going to stop looking at hi future. I don't see anything wrong with this.

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            • #7
              Greatest RB of all time, Jim Brown, did the same thing.

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              • #8
                I don't think the Dolphins would miss him or anything. The fan base yes, the team esp Parcells, no
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                • #9
                  I really admired The “Big Tuna” whenever he was an up and coming Coach with the G-men,
                  but his arrogant pig headed behavior has started me to ponder the question….Just how much hot air can you pump into your head before it explodes?
                  Taylor has not only been a star player for the Dolphins, but also a leader in their community as well as their defense. He is person of high character and doesn’t deserve to be treated with such disrespect.

                  Man up Bill! or let him go.
                  Browns fan since 1961.....(semper-fi)

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                  • #10
                    The Dolphins still won't trade Jason Taylor unless they're offered a first-round pick, according to the Florida Times Union.

                    "If this report is correct, Taylor isn't going anywhere. No team would part with a first-rounder for a player that isn't likely to help for more than one season. The Dolphins' stance is reportedly that Taylor can retire if he doesn't want to play for Miami. It's hard to ever knock Bill Parcells when it comes to football decision making, but this stance seems unreasonable."

                    Lol Parcells is being a *****. Take a 3rd rounder and cut your losses.

                    http://www.jacksonville.com/tu-onlin...82651801.shtml
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ryan Leaf View Post
                      If he does not have the drive to play he is not worth the money.
                      If he doesn't have the drive to play, he should retire. He has millions of dollars anyway.

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