In Gold Jackets, Football's Hall of Fame Class Champion Their CausesFor several members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's newest class, it was a time to campaign while celebrating.
Orange, Teal And Now Gold: Jason Taylor A Step Closer To Football ImmortalityIt's a big weekend for former Dolphin great Jason Taylor as he's inducted Saturday into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Keidel: 2017 Pro Football Hall Of Fame Class A Little Extra SpecialEvery Pro Football Hall of Fame class is special, by definition. But the stars of 2017's class may just shine a little brighter.
Hall Of Fame Bound Jason Taylor Regrets Never Playing In Super BowlHow does a football player weigh a Hall of Fame career against one with less personal success but a Super Bowl win?
Jason Taylor Still Humble, Appreciates Everything He's Done During Hall Of Fame CareerThere was an added excitement around the start of Miami Dolphins training camp on Thursday at the team’s practice facility in Davie.
Jimmy Johnson Headlines Interesting Group Of Hall Of Fame PresentersThe 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony should be a good one.
Jimmy Johnson "Honored" To Present Jason Taylor To HOFJohnson detailed his history and experiences with Dolphins' great Jason Taylor, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Jason Taylor Will Have Jimmy Johnson Introduce Him At Hall Of Fame Enshrinement CeremonyAnother Miami Dolphins legend will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer.
Jason Taylor: "I'd Play For Free" For GaseTaylor has taken notice of the job second year head coach Adam Gase has done overhauling the Dolphins’ team culture.
Jason Taylor Expresses Sentiment, Gratitude Over Hall Of Fame NodDuring the Miami Dolphins five-plus decades of existence in the NFL there have been several iconic players that wore the aqua and orange.
Taylor, Tomlinson, Anderson All First Ballot Hall Of FamersThe quarterback served as the ringmaster for "The Greatest Show on Turf." The running backs were known simply by their initials: LT and TD. And the receiver also known by two letters — TO — was on the outside looking in again.