Found October 13, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
PLAYERS: Jason Taylor
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
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Dolphins Jason Taylor And Zach Thomas Enter ‘Ring Of Honor’ Together - On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins will add two of the fiercest competitors in Dolphins franchise history, Zach Thomas and Jason Taylor, to their “Ring of Honor”. One year apart entering the league, the duo spent most of their NFL careers playing side by side with the Dolphins before moving on later in their careers to play elsewhere. Brothers on the field, brother-in-laws off of it, it’s only fitting that they take their bow together this Sunday. Read More Here!
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