DE Taylor set to become Dolphins' eme...

DE Taylor set to become Dolphins' emergency long snapper

There are 33 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from May 6, 2007, titled DE Taylor set to become Dolphins' emergency long snapper. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor is about to add another position to his impressive NFL resume.

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Bobbi Nockow

Wellford, SC

#1 May 6, 2007
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
FINFAN

Sweetwater, TN

#2 May 6, 2007
Bobbi Nockow wrote:
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
HUH??????
andrew

Miami, FL

#3 May 6, 2007
I heard Culpepper took some reps at water boy...just in case of an 'emergency situation.'
Fantus

Troy, NY

#4 May 6, 2007
Bobbi Nockow wrote:
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
Ok... Put down the crack pipe, walk away from the keyboard, and take some deep breaths.

Phew. With that said, if JT doesn't mind doing it, why not? It's a backup role, and its few and far between that someone who's specialty is long snapping gets injured.
Truth

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#5 May 6, 2007
andrew wrote:
I heard Culpepper took some reps at water boy...just in case of an 'emergency situation.'
Actually, he's in negotiations with The US Cycling Associaiton.

Let's Go MULE-R... Get Trent Already!!
LTP

Hollywood, FL

#6 May 6, 2007
It's official, Cameron is an idiot! Why risk injury to our best defensive player! Here's an idea, make a bench warmer do it!
Truth

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#7 May 6, 2007
LTP wrote:
It's official, Cameron is an idiot! Why risk injury to our best defensive player! Here's an idea, make a bench warmer do it!
Yeah Right! Those 2nd string long snappers are always getting hurt. Let's get rid of Cameron in your statement and install LTP. That's a lot more accurate statement.
bluntone

United States

#8 May 6, 2007
lets say,first string gets hurt.then what jt??? i dont think so........WOW!!!!!!!!!!
Johnny C

Dallas, TX

#9 May 6, 2007
Is there anything Jason can't do??? yes, stay faithfull. hA-hooooo!!!!!!!!!!
TommyB

Blantyre, UK

#10 May 6, 2007
Thats it lets get Cameron.The guy has not had a real time game yet and some Morons want him sacked. Coach Cameron and Randy Mueller will make it or lose it by their calls, not from fans that think they know everything and know Nothing. Why Not have JT make the Snaps? if JT has no problem with it why should we?. Great Draft Dolphins lets back the Players instead of looking for excuses to drag them down.
Phinsfan

Pompano Beach, FL

#11 May 6, 2007
It just goes to show JT will do anything for this team(LEADER/DE/LB/TE/LS/?).Its not like hes playing all these positions at once,hes just trying to do Whatever he can do to help his team.Jason Taylor is the man,and there are thirty-one other teams other teams out there that Wish they had him.Go ahead JT do your thang.GO PHINS!!!
ocala howie

Eustis, FL

#12 May 6, 2007
"NEWSFLASH" half the leagues coaches and GMs have just been fired for passing on Brady Quinn in the first round.

“Invictus Maneo”

Since: Apr 07

Jensen Beach, FL

#14 May 6, 2007
Bobbi Nockow wrote:
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
Bobbi Nockow please meet Daniel Webster, your personal spelling assistant. If you choose to not utilize Mr. Webster, please, please STOP POSTING!
ocala howie

Eustis, FL

#15 May 6, 2007
Bobbi Nockow wrote:
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
where in the world is Trent Green?
TRUEDOLFAN

Boca Raton, FL

#16 May 6, 2007
Jumpin Jee-hossaphats wrote:
It's official ... you LTP take the award for the most idiotic comment on a professional sports blog (notice I said professional, as that doesn't include your favorite sport the "X" Games). You can claim your prize at your annual 'Idiots in Sports' meeting.Your parents should be proud !
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I DEMAND A RECOUNT!! Bobbi Nockow has made a strong case for the award with his first comment.
Its too close to call.
jean

Salisbury, MD

#17 May 6, 2007
I read recently that Trent Green wants to come to miami, but just yesterday I also read that C pep is 90% ready what would Dolphin do with all this QB's. can some one please tell me. Are they going to release C pep and Riky W.
Frank

Knightdale, NC

#18 May 6, 2007
jean wrote:
I read recently that Trent Green wants to come to miami, but just yesterday I also read that C pep is 90% ready what would Dolphin do with all this QB's. can some one please tell me. Are they going to release C pep and Riky W.
Maybe Bobbi Nockow could answer this question.
JSR

Leland, NC

#19 May 6, 2007
Bobbi Nockow wrote:
Jason this is not full time job you are an emerency long Snapper not full time Center.
Dolphins owner H. Wayne Huizenga said he stressed "off-field character" to players when addressing the team after Saturday morning's session. Huizenga watched today's practice from the covered media area in the stands at team headquarters.
Waybe, you do have encourged the rookies now first day of training camp will you be back at Head Quarters to encourage the rest of the team? Hopefully, you are the only owner in the NFL that shows concerns about the team needs encouraged
Bobbi Nockow: Apparently you aren't getting the hint. Come down out of the North Carolina hills, pick up a dictionary, take an english course, and stop speaking hillbilly.

And I've seen you copy other people's posts as your own, including mine. This is a big no-no. Stop doing it.

For that matter, Jason knows he's only a back-up long snapper. Your comment about Wayne makes absolutely no sense. What exactly is your point?
finfan69

AOL

#20 May 6, 2007
JSR wrote:
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Bobbi Nockow: Apparently you aren't getting the hint. Come down out of the North Carolina hills, pick up a dictionary, take an english course, and stop speaking hillbilly.
And I've seen you copy other people's posts as your own, including mine. This is a big no-no. Stop doing it.
For that matter, Jason knows he's only a back-up long snapper. Your comment about Wayne makes absolutely no sense. What exactly is your point?
he doesn't have one... he's an idiot... worse, he's probably a Jets fan
Smile

Hollywood, FL

#21 May 6, 2007
Who is bobby??

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