IMO THE WAY I SEE IT IF I WANTED TO PLAY THE SPORT I LOVED and TRIED to go bk to the team that i had played for for most of my time in the NFL and they didnt want me ,and i still wanted to play then im sorry i wouldnt care who i played for because im going to play the game i love even if my team pushed me out the door ,i would do what it took to keep playing THE GAME I LOVEDIs he on our team? This guy cheated on us when he was with the skins and then he sealed it when he went to the jets. once a cheater, always a cheater , jason! and you will not be sleeping in this house tonight.
they clearly offered Jason a 2-year contract extension during the 2009 season, and another one before joining the Jets in the off-season.....he didn't want usIMO THE WAY I SEE IT IF I WANTED TO PLAY THE SPORT I LOVED and TRIED to go bk to the team that i had played for for most of my time in the NFL and they didnt want me ,and i still wanted to play then im sorry i wouldnt care who i played for because im going to play the game i love even if my team pushed me out the door ,i would do what it took to keep playing THE GAME I LOVED
http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/7395558/report-miami-dolphins-jason-taylor-set-end-legendary-nfl-careerJason Taylor, one of the NFL's top sack specialists of all time, is expected to call an end to his legendary career Sunday, according to a Miami Herald report Tuesday.
The newspaper, citing two Dolphins sources, reports Taylor has decided to step aside for good as the team's all-time sacks leader following Sunday's home game against the New York Jets.
The Herald said it was unclear if Taylor planned to hold a press conference before Miami's final 2011 game to formally end his 15-year career.
With 139.5 sacks, active league leader Taylor is sixth on the NFL's career list. The Pennsylvannia native trails only Bruce Smith, Reggie White, Kevin Greene, Chris Doleman and Michael Strahan among sack leaders.
Taylor, who became a free agent when the New York Jets released him in March, signed in August to rejoin the Dolphins. He has played in all 15 games for Miami, including one as a starter.
Taylor, who turned 37 in September, spent his first 11 seasons with the Dolphins and has long lived in South Florida. He played for Washington in 2008, then rejoined the Dolphins in 2009, and last year he had hoped for an offer to remain in Miami, but signed instead with the Jets.
The six-time Pro Bowler holds Dolphins career records for sacks (143), opponents' fumble recoveries (27), fumble returns for touchdowns (6), defensive touchdowns (9) and interceptions by a defensive lineman (7). His best season was in 2006, when he was the NFL defensive player of the year.