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Video: Lawrence Taylor is Getting Back to Having a Good Time

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Lawrence Taylor was one of the most feared linebackers in the game when he played in the NFL. The 13-year veteran spent all of his time with the New York Giants, winning two Super Bowls, making 10-straight Pro Bowls from 1981-1990 and winning the MVP award in 1986.

Taylor was on hand at Nat Moore’s Golf Outing in Florida in March, helping out the good cause.

“Having a good time. A little slow but other than that, it is a great event. I do it every year,” Taylor told Joy Taylor of Class Act Sports.

The 1999 Hall of Fame inductee knows how important helping kids is, and looks up to Nat Moore.

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“Nat has always been a fixture in the community. He does a lot of different things throughout the year and I’ve always been here to support him because in Miami, Nat is the Man,” Lawrence Taylor said.

[Get the video over at Class Act Sports]

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