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Sean Taylor

31-Year-Old Free Safety – Free Agent

 

2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

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HT: 6' 3"   WT: 225   DOB: 4/1/1983  College: University of Miami  Show ContractHide Contract

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Sean Taylor Contract Information:

Signed a seven-year, $18 million contract in July of 2004.

November 27, 2007  –  Sean Taylor News

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Taylor died early Tuesday at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, a day after he was shot in his home, the Associated Press reports.

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Taylor, who was shot during what appears to be a break-in Monday morning, is reportedly clinging to his his life, the Washington Post reports.

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Taylor, who was shot Monday morning during what appears to have been a break-in, emerged from surgery about 12:30 p.m. but had lost a lot of blood and remained unconscious, the Miami Herald reports.

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Taylor is in "extremely critical condition" after he was shot in his Miami home early Monday morning, according to Buffalo's WGR Radio.

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Taylor was shot in the groin at his Florida home early Monday morning, the Associated Press reports. According to a statement released by the Redskins, he is undergoing treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida and the Miami-Dade Police Department is investigating the incident.

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More on the status of Taylor, who had been nursing a knee injury, as we know it.
Taylor has been diagnosed with a Grade II right knee sprain, the Washington Post reports. He is expected to be out at least two weeks.

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Taylor left Sunday's loss to the Eagles with a knee injury, the Washington Post reports.

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Taylor recorded two interceptions, four passes defended, three solo tackles and a forced fumble in Week 6.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

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2007

Sean Taylor led the Skins with 114 tackles in 2006 but failed to record a sack and had only one interception. He was caught several times out of position and gave up too many big plays, partly because the rest of the Skins secondary provided no support. The Skins used their first round draft pick to select Strong Safety LaRon Landry. This will allow Taylor to play Free Safety and solely focus on playing center field. If Shawn Springs is able to stay healthy and either Fred Smoot returns to form or Carlos Rogers meets expectations, Taylor could be in for a big season.

2006

Itís hard to ignore someone as athletic as Taylor. Itís also hard to believe that in two years in the NFL, he has yet to finish a season in the year-end top 20. Taylor is the classic head case. Forget that he narrowly escaped possible jail time by pleading down assault charges this spring. Itís not his only brush with the law, so at the very least heís making bad off-field choices about with whom and where he hangs out. If you can put aside all of that, there are still problems on the field. Heís undisciplined, lacks tackling technique and shows many of the tendencies that drew LaVar Arrington into calamitous conflict with defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. But heís still worth considering on draft day for his size (6-2, 232), strength, sideline-to-sideline range, speed, fluidity and versatility. He can pass rush. He can cover and pick. He can tackle. He can get involved anywhere he wants. Itís a long shot to think heíll stop butting heads with, well, seemingly everyone, to learn how to control his game and be more productive, but donít think any football player doesnít learn with experience. What heís already doing is fantasy worthy. Imagine what happens if he takes the next step.

2005

Taylor endured a tumultuous rookie season, some of which was his own fault. Surprisingly, he didnít start at free safety from Week 1, but took over the mantle in Week 3 and occupied the spot from there on out once Matt Bowen went out for the year. By Week 4, Taylor had gotten his sea legs in the league, and he piled up 57 solo tackles in the next 12 games. He was suspended for one game in late October after a drunk driving arrest, but was eventually acquitted of all charges in the offseason. A holdout from voluntary workouts in the offseason in an attempt to renegotiate his contract didnít earn him any friends in the front office, but heís expected back with the team by training camp. A punishing hitter, Taylor also has the speed to run with receivers and height to go up for free balls. One caveat: At press time, Taylor was facing a felony charge of aggravated assault with a firearm and a second charge of battery. As a result, he has been excused from the rest of the teamís offseason meetings and practices, and his status heading into the season is unclear. Keep an eye on this, and drop him 10 spots if his status is still unclear at the start of training camp.

2004

This guy has stud written all over him. Taylor will begin the season as the Skins' starting free safety, and at 6'2" 231 with great speed, reminds many of the 6'0" 235 Dallas Cowboy safety Roy Williams. It's yet to be determined how much defensive coordinator Gregg Williams will rush Taylor out of the secondary, but otherwise you can expect Williams-like numbers out of the rookie in 2004.

2003