Jason Taylor replacing Bob Griese on Dolphins radio broadcasts

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Hall of Fame defensive end Jason Taylor’s media career is bringing him back to where his NFL career started.

Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that Taylor will be replacing Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese on the Dolphins’ radio broadcasts. Griese, 75, had been in that role for an extended period of time.

Taylor will work with Jimmy Cefalo, who handles play-by-play, and former Dolphins tight end and radio host Joe Rose, who serves as an analyst.

A former NFL defensive player of the year and Walter Payton man of the year, Taylor entered the Hall of Fame on the first ballot in 2017. As a broadcaster, Taylor has worked in the past for ESPN and NBCSN.

4 responses to “Jason Taylor replacing Bob Griese on Dolphins radio broadcasts

  1. I loved listening to guys like Bob Griese and Dan Fouts. Eventually they have to retire, but I learn a lot from these all time great QB’s. Some of the old guys just hang around for a paycheck, but these guys worked hard to prepare for the games, and were actually great announcers.

  2. candlestickkid says:
    September 2, 2020 at 7:50 pm
    He’s almsot as overrated as a broadcaster as he was a player.


    Can’t speak for him on a mic as i’ve never heard him call a game.. but as someone who watched almost every game he played in… man are you lost haha. There’s reason that Peyton Manning and Tom Brady both said he was the person they hated playing against the most. He’s one of the most skilled / high IQ rushers of all time… stats don’t lie.

  3. I really miss “Mad Dog” Jim Mandich. What a player and what a broadcaster. I would turn the T.V. volume down and listen to Jim on the radio. However in todays cancel culture, he might not last long on the air waves.

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