Searching for a reason to go to Sunday’s Dolphins-Broncos game:
Jason Taylor, the Dolphins’ latest (and presumably last for a while) player to make the Hall of Fame, will receive his Hall of Fame ring at halftime.
The diamond-encrusted, 14-carot ring was made by Kay Jewelers and has some personal touches.
On one side: a picture of Taylor, his position (defensive end) and his years played (1997-2011). Enscribed within: the Hall of Fame logo, the year of Taylor’s induction (2017) and his enshrinement number (308).
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Taylor went into the Hall last August after being elected on the first ballot. His 139 1/2 sacks are seventh all time.
He might be joined next year by the guy who drafted him. Jimmy Johnson is a semifinalist in the Class of 2018.