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Lawrence Taylor, genannt L.T., ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler auf der Position des Linebackers. Er spielte für die New York Giants in der National Football League und gewann mit ihnen zwei Super Bowls. Lawrence Taylor, genannt L.T. (* 4. Februar in Williamsburg, Virginia), ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler auf der Position. Lawrence Taylor, genannt L.T., ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler auf der Position des Linebackers. Er spielte für die New York. Er ist einer der grössten Linebackers der NFL-Geschichte, doch nun droht Lawrence Taylor eine mehrjährige Gefängnissstrafe. Der Hall of Famer und zweifache. Lawrence Taylor. Gefällt Mal · 4 Personen sprechen darüber. Listen to Poor Boy - segeltorpsgolvservice.se
Lawrence Taylor is a Hall of Fame linebacker who spent 13 seasons, his entire professional career, with the New York Giants. He was second in all-time career. Er ist einer der grössten Linebackers der NFL-Geschichte, doch nun droht Lawrence Taylor eine mehrjährige Gefängnissstrafe. Der Hall of Famer und zweifache. Serien und Filme mit Lawrence Taylor: Las Vegas · Eine schrecklich nette Familie · Tropical Heat · Ray's Reeperbahn Revue · An jedem verdammten Sonntag.
He was kept away from the press during this period and checked himself into rehab in early September. This was especially true given the eventual career paths of talented players like Hollywood Henderson and others whose drug problems derailed their careers.
The Giants went 2—2 in the games Taylor missed. When Taylor returned he was his usual dominant self as he led the team in sacks again, with In a crucial late-season game with playoff implications against the New Orleans Saints, Taylor played through a torn pectoral muscle to record seven tackles, three sacks, and two forced fumbles.
Taylor had already developed a reputation for playing through pain; in a game against the Eagles the team's training staff had to hide his helmet to prevent the injured Taylor from returning to the field.
In , Taylor recorded 15 sacks. The Giants went 12—4,  and advanced to the playoffs. In an exciting, down-to-the-wire game, the Rams eliminated the Giants 19—13 in the first round, despite Taylor's two sacks and one forced fumble.
Despite sitting out training camp and the preseason, Taylor recorded three sacks and a forced fumble against the Eagles.
Following the season, Parcells, with whom Taylor had become very close,  retired, and the team was taken over by Ray Handley. It became the first season in his career in which he failed to make the Pro Bowl squad, after setting a then record by making it in his first ten years in the league.
Taylor finished with 7 sacks in 14 games  and the Giants defense, while still respectable, was no longer one of the top units in the league.
Taylor rebounded in the early stages of what many thought would be his final season in Through close to nine games, Taylor was on pace for 10 sacks and the Giants were 5—4.
Taylor returned for the season enticed by the chance to play with a new coach Dan Reeves ,  and determined not to end his career due to an injury.
The Giants had a resurgent season in They finished 11—5, and competed for the top NFC playoff seed. He announced his retirement at the post-game press conference saying, "I think it's time for me to retire.
I've done everything I can do. I've been to Super Bowls. I've been to playoffs. I've done things that other people haven't been able to do in this game before.
After 13 years, it's time for me to go. Taylor ended his career with 1, tackles, Lawrence Taylor, defensively, has had as big an impact as any player I've ever seen.
He changed the way defense is played, the way pass-rushing is played, the way linebackers play and the way offenses block linebackers.
Taylor is considered one of the best players to ever play in the NFL, and has been ranked as the top defensive player in league history by news outlets, media members, former players and coaches.
Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs developed the two tight end offense and the position of h-back to prevent Taylor from blitzing into the backfield unhindered.
Now you didn't do that very often in this league but I think he's one person that we learned the lesson the hard way.
We lost ball games. In the late '70s and early '80s, a blitzing linebacker was picked up by a running back. However, these players were no match for Taylor.
However, this left a hole in pass protection that a blitzing middle linebacker could exploit. Later, Walsh and other coaches began using offensive tackles to block Taylor.
Later it became common for offensive linemen to pick up blitzing linebackers. In addition to the changes in offensive schemes Taylor influenced, he also introduced new defensive techniques to the game such as chopping the ball out of the quarterback's hands rather than tackling him.
For me, crazy as it seems, there is a real relationship between wild, reckless abandon off the field and being that way on the field.
Taylor began using illicit drugs during his professional rookie season, — As his drug habit escalated, he would spend up to thousands of dollars a day on "coke and women.
In , he finally tested positive for cocaine, and admitted to using it. The next year, , he failed a second drug test, whereupon the NFL suspended him for 30 days.
With that, he abstained from drugs until his retirement, as a third failed drug test would end his career. During , he went through drug rehab twice.
But over the next three years, he was arrested twice, via undercover police officers, for attempts to buy cocaine.
I mean my place was almost like a crack house ," Taylor would later explain. Taylor has also had self-inflicted financial problems; in he pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return in , and in he was "sentenced to three months of house arrest, five years of probation, and hours of community service for tax evasion.
After his career ended, Taylor worked in several regular television jobs. Simms celebrated the moment by throwing an impromptu ceremonial pass to Taylor.
Simms recalled, "[a]ll of a sudden it kind of hit me, I've put Lawrence in a really tough spot; national TV, he's got dress shoes and a sports jacket on, and he's had a few beers and he's going to run down the field and I'm going to throw him a pass.
Taylor later said the situation made him more nervous than any play of his career, "I'm saying to myself as the pass is being thrown , 'If I drop this pass, I got to run my black ass all the way back to Upper Saddle River because there ain't no way I'm going to be able to stay in that stadium'.
Taylor pursued a career in acting, appearing in the Oliver Stone movie Any Given Sunday where he played a character much like himself.
He also had a role in the version of Shaft. Taylor voiced the steroid-riddled, possibly insane former football player B.
The character poked fun at his fearsome, drug-fueled public image. He also added his voice to the video game Blitz: The League and its sequel , which were partially based on his life in the NFL.
In , when Taylor became eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, there were some concerns his hard-partying lifestyle and drug abuse would hurt his candidacy.
His son Lawrence Taylor Jr. He described "L. Taylor said in that "L. Taylor re-emerged into the public eye in July , after appearing on the cover of a Sports Illustrated issue dedicated to former athletes and sport figures.
In the magazine, Taylor credited his hobby of golf with helping him get over his previous hard-partying ways and drug filled lifestyle.
He was eliminated in the seventh week on the April 21, , show. In , Taylor started having troubles in his personal life again.
On November 8, he was arrested in Miami-Dade County, Florida for leaving the scene of an accident after striking another vehicle with his Cadillac Escalade.
He also registered as a low-risk, level-one sex offender. As of , Taylor resides in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
The two breathalyzer tests taken five hours after the crash measured Taylor's blood-alcohol level at. The main characters in the Jim Shepard short story "Trample the dead, hurdle the weak",  two college football players, discuss "L.
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