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Jason Taylor is back with the Dolphins — in the radio booth

Fins at 50: Jason Taylor on his best moments with the Miami Dolphins

Former Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor speaks with Miami Herald sports columnist Greg Cote about his best moments, his favorite teammates and his experience with Bill Parcells and Dancing With The Stars on the eve of the team's 50th seas
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Former Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor speaks with Miami Herald sports columnist Greg Cote about his best moments, his favorite teammates and his experience with Bill Parcells and Dancing With The Stars on the eve of the team's 50th seas

The Miami Dolphins may be moving their radio home down the dial, but most of their broadcast team remains the same.

Joe Rose, Jimmy Cefalo and Bob Griese will return to call Miami games on WQAM 560-AM this season as they have the past few years on WINZ 940-AM.

Miami games will also be simulcast on 99.9-FM.

The biggest change to the radio broadcast comes during the preseason as Jason Taylor joins Rose and Cefalo in the booth.

Dick Stockton will once again center the Dolphins’ preseason broadcasts with Griese and Nat Moore. Kim Bokamper will provide television sideline reports during the preseason and join the radio team during the regular season.

Three of Miami’s four preseason games will be shown locally on CBS-4; the Atlanta preseason game will be on NBC.

With the Dolphins moving back to WQAM, the station plans for an extended pre- and postgame show as well as a halftime show.

The WQAM pregame show will feature Curtis Stevenson and Channing Crowder. Kevin Rogers hosts the halftime show with Orlando Alzugaray and Troy Stradford postgame.

The Dolphins’ Spanish broadcasts return to ESPN Deportes 1210-AM with Raul Striker Jr. and Eduardo Martell on the call.

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