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By David Keene
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Topic - Jason Taylor
A local judge must seal a former convict's criminal record under a 2013 state law, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
The players' union representative from the Miami Dolphins says the fallout from their bullying scandal is overblown because every NFL team has a similar locker-room culture.
Linebacker Jason Taylor walked across the locker room brushing his teeth, then ducked into the equipment room to rinse and spit. Minutes later he tried to muster a smile for a cluster of TV cameras.
The persistence that helped Cameron Wake make the transition from mortgage broker and frustrated couch potato to AFC sack co-leader is evident every time he chases a quarterback.
Jason Taylor expects to hear jeers and hopes to hear cheers when he steps back onto the Miami Dolphins' field Sunday night wearing the uniform South Floridians hate most.
The Miami Dolphins finally have the go-to receiver they've long sought. They're set at quarterback with second-year starter Chad Henne, and Jake Long returns to anchor the offensive line.
The thinking in football is sometimes obtuse, as we learn anew from the acrimony between the newly installed brain trust of the Dolphins and defensive end Jason Taylor.
The feud between Jason Taylor and Bill Parcells intensified yesterday, making it likely the six-time Pro Bowl defensive end has played his last game for the Miami Dolphins.
"We're living it," he said. "We go through training camp all day. The last thing you want to do is watch training camp on TV."