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- Jamaar Taylor Retires From NFL

Chris Pokorny June 6, 2006
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New York Giants wide receiver Jamaar Taylor has retired after just two seasons in the NFL. His reason is do to the constant injuries that he suffered.

"We respect Jamaar's decision, but we are really sorry to see this," said Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi. "I thought he was an outstanding prospect and played very well for us when he was healthy."

Taylor was a sixth-round draft pick in 2004, but played in only 13 games for the Giants due to injuries. He showed some promise in 2004, catching six passes for 146 yards. Most of those yards came in one game, where he caught two passes for 102 yards.

Accorsi will place Taylor on the reserve-retired list in case he decides to change his mind somewhere down the road.

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