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Lawrence Taylor’s Hall of Fame career
Defense & Fumbles
Taylor — who had the nickname L. Taylor had a career-best For his career, he totaled He had nine interceptions, and he recovered 11 fumbles. Precisely 25 years after he retired, L. No active players are closer than 32 sacks away from passing him. On January 15, , Taylor announced his retirement during a postgame press conference the Giants had just lost to the 49ers. In front of 77, Giants fans, Taylor thanked the fans for always being there for him through thick and thin.
Lawrence’s NFL retirement
Before he became a legend with the Giants, Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor put together a successful career at the University of North Carolina. Taylor was a team captain for the Tar Heels and racked up 16 sacks in After being drafted second overall in the NFL Draft, Taylor returned to school to finish up that summer. It was there that he met Michael Jordan, an incoming freshman who was getting ready to play his first year for legendary basketball coach Dean Smith, and the relationship between the two future sports icons began to blossom. I consider him a good friend. While no one, Taylor included, could have guessed what he would go on to do in the NBA, the former linebacker said it was clear before he played one game for UNC that Jordan was a special talent. I played football," Taylor said. And sometimes you think he's from another planet. The things he can do you don't see every day.
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