Sean Taylor news, rumors and stats

Sean Taylor

Retired
Strong Safety

Ht: 0.0 | Wt: 0

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Week By Week

YearTmGTacklesAssistsDef SacksInterceptInt TDFum RecFum TDSafeties
2004WAS1576171.0040000
2005WAS156591.0020110
2006WAS16108250.0010000
2007WAS93990.0050000
Average:7215130000
Total:288602120110

Redskins | Taylor murder trial delayed

Wed, 10 Jun 2009 07:30:34 -0700

ESPN.com reports the trial date for four of the five men charged with the killing of former Washington Redskins FS Sean Taylor has been postponed for a third time. The new date is Jan. 18, 2010, according to The Washington Post. The trial was scheduled to begin this month. "We don't think there will realistically be a trial before next spring," said Terry Chavez, the Miami-Dade state attorney's office spokesperson.

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NFL | Man want to end deal in S. Taylor case

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 14:24:52 -0700

The Associated Press reports Venjah Hunte, who pleaded guilty to avoid a possible life sentence in the killing of former Washington Redskins S Sean Taylor, is looking to back out of the deal, according to his attorney. Hunte would have served 29 years under the deal reached last May, in exchange for his cooperation with prosecutors. Hunte will appear in court Thursday, April 2, to ask for a new court-appointed lawyer.

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NFL | Man wants to end deal in S. Taylor case

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 14:24:52 -0700

The Associated Press reports Venjah Hunte, who pleaded guilty to avoid a possible life sentence in the killing of former Washington Redskins S Sean Taylor, is looking to back out of the deal, according to his attorney. Hunte would have served 29 years under the deal reached last May, in exchange for his cooperation with prosecutors. Hunte will appear in court Thursday, April 2, to ask for a new court-appointed lawyer.

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Redskins | S. Taylor to be inducted in Ring of Fame

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 15:32:59 -0800

ESPN.com reports former Washington Redskins S Sean Taylor will in inducted posthumously into the franchise's Ring of Fame before the Nov. 30 game. He will become the 43rd name on the Ring of Fame.

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Redskins | S. Taylor to be inducted in Ring of Fame

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 15:32:59 -0800

ESPN.com reports late Washington Redskins S Sean Taylor will in inducted posthumously into the franchise's Ring of Fame before the Nov. 30 game. He will become the 43rd name on the Ring of Fame.

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Redskins | S. Taylot to be inducted in Ring of Fame

Wed, 05 Nov 2008 15:32:18 -0800

ESPN.com reports former Washington Redskins S Sean Taylor will in inducted posthumously into the franchise's Ring of Fame before the Nov. 30 game. He will become the 43rd name on the Ring of Fame.

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NFL | Suspect in Taylor's murder pleads guilty

Thu, 15 May 2008 09:17:48 -0700

The Associated Press reports one of five suspects charged in the murder of former Washington Redskins FS Sean Taylor pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree murder and burglary Thursday, May 15. According to the plea agreement, Venjah Hunte will serve 29 years in prison and cooperate with prosecutors.

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NFL | Fifth suspect charged in Taylor's death

Wed, 14 May 2008 08:53:22 -0700

The Associated Press reports a fifth person has been charged in the murder of former Washington Redskins FS Sean Taylor. 16-year-old Timothy Brown is charged with first-degree murder under a sealed warrant.

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Redskins | Taylor slaying suspects won't face death

Mon, 12 May 2008 07:43:26 -0700

ESPN.com reports the four men who are charged with first-degree murder and armed burglary of former Washington Redskins FS Sean Taylor will not face the death penalty, according to multiple reports. Prosecutors in the case have waived the death penalty for Jason Scott Mitchell, Eric Rivera Jr., Venjah Hunte and Charles Wardlow, the Fort Myers News Press and the Naples Daily News reported Sunday, May 11. All four men, if convicted, face life in prison.

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NFL | Judge denies bail for suspect in S. Taylor's case

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 09:51:56 -0700

The Associated Press reports Judge Dennis Murphy denied the bail request Friday, April 25, made by Jason Mitchell. Mitchell and three others are charged with first-degree murder in the November shooting of former Washington Redskins FS Sean Taylor. Murphy ruled that Mitchell was likely to flee prosecution and could commit more crimes if released.

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