Jason Taylor re-signs with Miami Dolp...

Jason Taylor re-signs with Miami Dolphins

There are 129 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from May 13, 2009, titled Jason Taylor re-signs with Miami Dolphins. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Jason Taylor will be reunited with Dolphins fans, as he's set to return to the team where he made six Pro Bowls.

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Ross

Ruther Glen, VA

#1 May 13, 2009
Yes it goes against the blueprint. That's why the $money is so low.

PS: Hyde, did you ever take up that offer from Jake Scott to vacation with the family at his place?

305Phinphan

“305 Opa Locka”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#2 May 13, 2009
For that price how could we have passed? I'm glad to see Taylor back with the Phins, I wish him all the luck.
PSH

Malden, MA

#3 May 13, 2009
Taylor is a class act and could benefit the Phins greatly if used correctly. Put him in on passing downs (like Trace Armstrong used to do) and he could collect a dozen sacks without sacrificing the development of the younger players.
JMC 860

Wethersfield, CT

#4 May 13, 2009
Listening to the talk shows here in New england today, they all but had Jason a patriot and Belicheck a genius again, they are not happy today.
If Jason and Cameron Wake split time it might work out.
Here's Parcells at his best, get 2 draft picks for Jason and get Jason back for 1.5 mil.
now that's a genius
Rastis

Stuart, FL

#5 May 13, 2009
Great! Welcome home Jason, now kick some Brady ass. My hope is you break him, before you break again......

Fins-up
Big E

Montgomery, AL

#6 May 13, 2009
Look, did Parcells get rid of another Taylor because he got older? Granted LT was the best linebacker of his time. Jason is a 6 time pro bowler and only a year removed from that level of play so I would say he is no slouch either. It is a no brainer to bring him back and let him help develope the younger guys. This only makes us better. Great teams overcome difficult schedules. We just took a step toward that goal of being great again.
Muck

Clearwater, FL

#7 May 13, 2009
Nice article. Good insight.

Welcome back JT!
cnich

Pompano Beach, FL

#8 May 13, 2009
JT bleeds Aqua and Orange # 99 will always be the best Dolphin defensive player they ever had. Fins fans hes back.
plantation Resident

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 May 13, 2009
Welcome home Jason! You are a stand up guy in these times of greed and self fortune!!
moe

Naples, FL

#10 May 13, 2009
what an unselfish story ... we love Jason just like he loves Dolphin ....... welcome back home ... we missed you..... now kick some A**
jigsaw

Orlando, FL

#11 May 13, 2009
I thought Zack T. the one with all the head injuries. He woulda made almost six times more for Washington. Glad to see him here, He is a way, way better man than me.
Welcome back Jason

Bakersfield, CA

#12 May 13, 2009
I am very happy, thrilled to have JT back with the Dolphins. Good Luck Jason, welcome back home, we will be there cheering you on.
John

United States

#13 May 13, 2009
So When Can I Expect Zach Back? ASAP Please !
Bootris

Miami, FL

#14 May 13, 2009
JT made a good decision. One year contract, kick arse and take names. He had that compartment syndrome injury in his leg last season with the Redskins, if not treated (he did treat it), that can cost you ur legs, literally. Anyway welcome back JT, one thing I have noticed from watching the tricycle is they look for otherwise overlooked physical freaks (big and fast) and highly talented players who are pissed off at their old teams. JT fits both of those, I hope he bulks up w the off season weightroom program (no roids) and murders the Patriots next season (murder as in physical play, not murder as in OJ or Ray Lewis, just sayin lol. Welcome back JT, put the mini yacht in the hanger, know what im sayin?
convict

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#15 May 14, 2009
First bad decision by Mr. Bill , this guy is done , lost his work ethic , which is why Washington did not want to resign him , he will be hurt by game 4 and the young guys who need to play will loose some valuable playing time that they need in the process of rebuilding ,
. Fins will get better when they get back to rebuilding. When I bought my tickets a few days ago , there were a lot left so maybe just a gimic to sell tickets as he is all done , should go Dancing.We don't need another over the hill player like Dan Marino was his last couple of years.
finsfan4ever

United States

#16 May 14, 2009
convict wrote:
First bad decision by Mr. Bill , this guy is done , lost his work ethic , which is why Washington did not want to resign him , he will be hurt by game 4 and the young guys who need to play will loose some valuable playing time that they need in the process of rebuilding ,
. Fins will get better when they get back to rebuilding. When I bought my tickets a few days ago , there were a lot left so maybe just a gimic to sell tickets as he is all done , should go Dancing.We don't need another over the hill player like Dan Marino was his last couple of years.
There's probably a good reason you're a convict! By making DUMB CHOICES!!!
Like the Tuna would have done to pass on J.T. We got two draft picks for him,one being Pat White,and a year later,we get him for free! If you think J.T. will not play with reckless abandon this year,PROVING EVERYONE WRONG,you are stupid. He is so versitile,at d.end,linebacker,inside,outsid e...other teams are going to have to spend extra time planning,then the q.b. is going to be looking for him every play! He will also teach the youngsters ALOT! I could see J.T.as a coach after he's retired,especially on the Dolphins staff,right in his backyard.
I was in agreement when the TUNA traded him last year,but equally I agree it's a no-brainer to bring him home...WELCOME HOME J.T.
GO FINS!!!!!!!!!!
Oh Please

Chapel Hill, NC

#17 May 14, 2009
Great...welcome twinkle toes, NOT. Let's see how long this honeymoon lasts before this egomaniac loses his team spirit.
And yeah, let's bring back ZT while we're at it. Why stop there? Let's look up Manny Fernandez and see if he would like to contribute to this team as well.
Go Fins...sorry to see this turncoat back in the aqua and orange.
Burny Madoff

Houston, TX

#18 May 14, 2009
Welcome home JT Money.
naugle

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#19 May 14, 2009
i have a possible film deal and a number of teams interested too, sounds like an agent doing his job to me.
Clyde

Atlanta, GA

#20 May 14, 2009
Welcome back! I thought he was ending up in N.E. I think him not playing for the Pats is just as important as him playing for us. Hopefully, he can stay healthy enough and be a third down specialist.I loved how he dissed the stinkin' Jets because of their azz holes fan. Now lets go kick some azz.

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